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Strategizing for Success: Maximizing Impact with Logic Models

April 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Thursday, April 11th, 2024



2 hours




This workshop is crafted to demystify logic models and equip you with knowledge and tools to enhance your program planning, implementation, and evaluation processes. In this interactive session, we will delve into the intricacies of logic models, highlighting their significance and impact on organizational success.

We will describe logic models in detail, walking through their components and illustrating their pivotal role in program development, evaluation, and communication. Examples from various organizations across Massachusetts will reinforce the practical application of logic models in diverse non-profit settings. Practical exercises will be integrated throughout the workshop to guide you through the creation and refinement of your own logic model.

This working session will also include time in break-out rooms to share insights, challenges, and best practices in the development and practical use of logic models. This collaborative exchange will provide a range of perspectives and foster connections with others in the field.


By the end of the workshop, you will not only have a deeper understanding of logic models but will also possess an individualized model for future refinement.


This session is designed for nonprofit professionals with responsibility for developing, managing, measuring, and communicating about programs in small to mid-size organizations. This may include Executive Directors, Program Directors, Development Directors, Program Managers, Evaluation Managers with any level of experience with evaluation.

About the Presenter:

Luba Falk Feigenberg, EdD, is a psychologist, educator, and researcher with a deep commitment to work that advances equity, accessibility, and social justice. She brings two decades of experience across the nonprofit sector helping leaders and organizations use evaluation as a learning process that promotes reflective practice and a culture of inquiry. At the core of her approach is a belief that evaluation can be joyful, equitable, and creative.

Workshop Rates: 

Virtual: $55

Virtual Member: $35



April 11
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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