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Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Rory Neuner.  In this conversation, we're reimagining our relationship with funders. Rory currently works in philanthropy as a learning and evaluation officer.  Take a look at Deven's June post, listen to the conversation with Rory and then join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Dr. Ayesha Boyce about our April prompts. We explore the challenges of measuring equity and inclusion and the role of evaluation in navigating equitable and inclusive programming. Resources mentioned in the conversation: The 2002 User-Friendly Handbook for Project Evaluation: Strategies That Address Culturally Responsive Evaluation Integration of Social Justice Into the Teaching of Evaluation - Thomas & Madison, 2010 Moving Beyond the Buzzword: A Framework for Teaching Culturally Responsive Approaches to Evaluation - Boyce & Chouinard, 2017 AaEA Anti-Racism Evaluation Panel     We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining   You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com  
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with one another on social capital.  We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com  
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with independent evaluation consultant Maddy Frey about our February prompt.  From the blog: “So here we are, standing on the bridge, and we can’t quite see the other side. As we stand on this threshold, there are things we are leaving behind, some by choice, some painfully torn away from us. We also have some choice about what we want to carry to the other side with us. So tell us, what are you leaving behind? What are you carrying with you that you hope will serve you on the other side? What questions are you struggling with in this liminal space?” Resources mentioned in the conversation:  Tiffany quoted from The Evaluation Society by Peter Dahler-Larsen Maddy quoted from Emergent Strategy by adrienne maree brown We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Aimee White to reflect and specifically share how she is and what she's noticing about herself right now.  Resources mentioned in the conversation: Learn more about #Eval20 here: https://www.evaluationconference.org/... We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com  
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Dr. Allison Titcomb about what the elements of community that allow for authenticity. We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Carolyn Camman about what it means to them to be radical. We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com  
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Rakesh Mohan about what it means to be in services to others. We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Jara Dean-Coffey about what it means to show up to work with our values intact. We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com  
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Tom Archibald about being more human in our professional lives as evaluators, academics, and data professionals. We’d love it if you joined the conversation!  On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining   You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com  
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith are joined by Nora Murphy Johnson and A. Rafael Johnson (Andy), co-founders of Inspire to Change out of Minneapolis, MN, they are practitioners of Creative Evaluation - an approach that weaves together developmental, principles-focused and arts-infused evaluation to create social change.  This year we’ve chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we’re showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that.   Nora & Andy offered the following resources:   The Inspire to Change Mighty Network   Creative Evaluation and Engagement: Volume 1: Essentials  Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Dr. Silvia Bettez - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E4 Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith are joined by Dr. Silvia Bettez. Dr. Bettez teaches about issues of social justice in the Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations Department here with me (Tiffany) at the University of North Carolina Greensboro. Her scholarship centralizes social justice with a focus on fostering critical community building, teaching for social justice, and promoting equity through intercultural communication and engagement. This year we’ve chosen to focus a little less on how the work gets done and a little more on who we are in the work. That translates to ongoing attention to how we’re showing up and purposeful self-examination. We hope our conversations and guests inspire you to do just that.   Silvia offered the following resources on politicized somatics:   Finding Our Way podcast with Prentis Hemphill   The Embodiment Institute   Strozzi Institute   The Politics of Trauma by Staci K Haines And her own article on Creating Community Commitments Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Dr. Z Nicolazzo - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E3 Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith welcome Dr. Z Nicolazzo, Associate Professor of Trans* Studies in Education at the Center for the Study of Higher Education. Z's research explores how discourses of gender pervade and mediate college environments, with particular attention paid to trans people.  Z has two forthcoming books mentioned in the podcast: Weaving an Otherwise: In-Relations Methodological Practice, Edited by Amanda Tachine and Z Nicolazzo Digital Me: Trans Students Exploring Future Possible Selves Online, by Z Nicolazzo, Alden C. Jones, Sy Simms The group discussed the onslaught of anti-trans legislation, you can read up on that here and here. As well as this piece from 2021 by Z and co-author Harper B. Keenan. Finally, we referred to this article that discusses the concept of hospicing institutions that have failed us.  de Oliveira Andreotti, V., Stein, S., Ahenakew, C., & Hunt, D. (2015). Mapping interpretations of decolonization in the context of higher education. Decolonization: Indigeneity, education & society, 4(1). Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Tenneson Woolf - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E2   Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith welcome Tenneson Woolf, a facilitator, teacher, coach, circle host, and poet. This year our conversations will focus on who we are in the work and how we make moves towards showing up as our full human selves in the work.  Tenneson is also a host (with Quanita Roberson) of the 18-month Fire & Water Leadership Journey & Rite of Passage and the Fire & Water podcast. Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Season 2 Reflections - Radical (Re)imagining S3 E1   Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith reflect on the conversations they had with podcast guests in season 2 (2021) and then spend a little time talking about what’s ahead for us in Season 3. They reference the following works: Social Service or Social Change? by Paul Kivel The Revolution Will Not Be Funded by INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
#Eval21 Reflections - Radical (Re)imagining S2 E12 Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith are joined by Evaluland podcast host, Dr. Dana Wanzer. Together they reflect on the recent American Evaluation Association conference. Asking this question - what did you see, hear, or experience at the conference that felt radical.  Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Lisa Sargent - Radical (Re)imagining S2 E11   Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Lisa Sargent an Evaluator Advocate & Project Coordinator at BECOME, a social change center in Chicago, Illinois.  This is the third episode in a three part series with members of the BECOME team on what it means to be a culturally responsive evaluator in this time of sociopolitical upheaval and collective trauma. In this episode we explore how evaluators can also be activists.  Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Dr. Gabriela Garcia - Radical (Re)imagining S2 E10   Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Dr. Gabriela Garcia an Evaluator Advocate at BECOME, an innovative movement building organization in Chicago, Illinois.  This is the second in a three part series with members of the BECOME team on what it means to be a culturally responsive evaluator in this time of sociopolitical upheaval and collective trauma. In this episode we explore what it looks like to engage community in a culturally responsive way. . Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Dr. Dominica McBride - Radical (Re)imagining S2 E9 Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith chat with Dr. Dominica McBride founder and CEO of BECOME an innovative movement building organization in Chicago, Illinois.  This is the first in a three part series with members of the BECOME team on what it means to be a culturally responsive evaluator in this time of sociopolitical upheaval and collective trauma. In this episode we explore how culture shows up in our work. They reference the following works: Tomorrow’s Child: Imagination, Creativity, and the Rebirth of Culture by Rubem Alves Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
Radical (Re)Imagining hosts Deven Wisner, Dr. Tiffany Tovey, & Libby Smith chat with Dr. Aisha Rios. She is the founder and learning and change strategist at Co-Active Change. She co-laborers and collaborates with an array of people who practice evaluation and organize for abolition.  The group chats about Libby’s August post where she explores the economic and political context of evaluation and the role that evaluators have historically played in upholding oppressive systems. Aisha shares the ways in which she is re-imagining the role of the evaluator.  They reference the following works: Social Service or Social Change? by Paul Kivel The Revolution Will Not Be Funded by INCITE! Women of Color Against Violence We Do This til We Free Us by Mariame Kaba   Join the conversation. Leave us a comment on the blog or tweet at us. On the web: radicalreimagining.com On Twitter: @RadReimagining On You Tube: Radical ReImagining You can also send feedback and ideas for future topics/guests to us at radical.reimagining@gmail.com
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