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2014 Innovators (Re)design

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David Kim

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Transcript of 2014 Innovators (Re)design

2014 Innovators (Re)design

Define the objective
To implement an Innovators design that creates effective space and structure for 1) the construction of a stable and innovative participatory research hub at Youthprise, 2) the expansion of earned-income youth consulting, 3) the development of a policy agenda supported by research, 4) the design and testing of alternative approaches to funding and fundraising, and 5) developing closer relationships with the field in general, youth, grantees and funders.
Outreach Team
Lead on external events, networking, producing communications material, partnerships and field-building collaborations
Philanthropy
Funders
Grantees/ Field
Research Team
Results
Research, Policy and Consulting
Youth + community PAR = participatory action research
Innovative Funding and Fundraising
(Re) imagining:
Outreach
Earned income
Consulting yields $50k + in earned income revenue
Relationships
Research Justice
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
OST critical issues collaboration (ex. holistic indicators)
Youth engagement and decision-making evaluations
Youth Consulting
Research and Policy
Design thinking
Focus group facilitation
grantmaking
site visits
application evaluation
fundraising
Policy agenda informs research agenda
PAR project mentorship
antiviolence field
grantees
funders
youth
community
site visits
relationship building
convenings
Youth + Community
Community
Get your audience excited
Show how things would improve
How problems can be resolved
grant writing
Lead on internal think tank, (re)imagining grant making, grant writing, development and fundraising, grant management, funder visits, site visits, document youth philanthropy
training
consulting
AMC2014
Libby
Rudy
Lizzy
David
Marcus
Karen
Rudy
video
community
forums
site visits
grantee eval
Conference TBD
Youthprise Summit
friendraising
feedback
funding collaboration
grant writing
site visits
focus groups
interviews
surveys
YE evaluation
consulting
recruiting youth
membership
decision making
Established relationship building with youth, funders, grantees, field
Youth/community complete 3 critical research projects
Innovative Funding
Youthprise funding model evolves with youth input
Impact
increased sustainability
community empowerment
power of an evolving network
visibility: Youthprise as leader
Youth Consultants
Adeeb Missaghi, graphic design
Brandlab youth, media campaign
strategic planning
training
De'Arreon Robinson, research
Alexandria Rice, board development
Bella Larson, creative writing
Jorge Rivas
Americorps
Neese Parker
Alyssa Roach
Bianca Dawkins
Shanell McCoy, video production
Sundance
YPAR program investment, policy briefs and overviews, youth input gathering, internal YE evaluation, focus groups and other youth advice gathering; Earned income: YPAR supervision and coordination, youth perspective video production, external YE evaluation
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