WA Impact Measurement Masterclass for Investors and Funders
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Impact Measurement is no longer ‘nice to have’, and is increasingly in-demand by investors, conscious consumers, government funders, and foundations. Impact Seed specialises in impact and outcomes measurement methods based on recognised frameworks and methodologies.
In this masterclass we will explore development of tailored and streamlined impact indicators from the suite of measurement frameworks and methodologies, and undertaking evaluations for projects and funds based upon:
- The WA Outcomes Measurement Framework (OMFW)
- Global Impact Investing Network’s IRIS B-Lab’s
- B-Corp requirements
- Social Return on Investment (SROI)
- The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)
BOOK NOW AS TICKETS ARE STRICTLY LIMITED TO A CAPACITY OF 40 FOR THIS DEEP-DIVE PERTH MASTERCLASS.
About the presenters:
Kylie Hansen (Founding & Executive Director, Impact Seed)
Kylie is a passionate advocate and leading capacity builder across the WA not-for-profit, government, social enterprise sectors, and is well recognised for her high quality impact in these areas over the past 10 years.
Kylie leads Impact Seed's impact and outcomes measurement agenda, supporting social enterprises and purpose driven organisations, impact investors and investees to fully understand, articulate and measure their impact.
Kylie sits on a number of WA boards and committees, including Linkwest, SCALES Community Legal Centre, AIESEC WA Board of Advice, the Fairbridge Centre for Social Innovation, the Social Impact Measurement Network – Western Australia, and the Alumni for Social Impact at UWA, and is a former mentor with the School for Social Entrepreneurs, and former CEO of Cambodian-Australian social enterprise Empowering Communities. She holds Graduate Certificates in Social Impact and Project Management; Bachelor of Community Development; Bachelor of Commerce; Bachelor of Arts, and Juris Doctor (Postgraduate Law) UWA.
Emma Tomkinson - Director, Social Investment & Innovation
Emma has worked on social impact bond policy for the NSW Government and UK Cabinet Office. She intimately understands outcomes based frameworks and the link between innovation design and implementation through her years of experience in designing for measurable outcomes through social impact bonds, working across the not for profit, finance and government sectors nationally and internationally.
She is the founder of Community Insight Australia, which takes all the publicly available data about Australians and plugs it in the back end of a map. When people designing services need to know about an issue or a place, they can just go to the map and get it. Prior to embarking on a career as a social impact analyst, Emma was a maths teacher, with her first job in the Northern Territory.
Emma has a Bachelor of Arts (Mathematics, Politics and Philosophy) and a Master of Special Education (Psychometrics) from the University of Western Australia. In addition, she holds a Graduate Diploma of Education from Melbourne University and a Master of Science (Operational Research) from the London School of Economics.
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Funding scholarships for Indigenous students
Impact Seed is Western Australis’s peak capacity builder for impact investment and social enterprise development. Our role is in market development on both supply and demand sides for impact investment with government, not-for-profits, corporates, foundations and family offices. Our vision is to develop a thriving and innovative impact investment market in WA that leverages this state’s greatest strengths, which include its natural and geographical advantages, a resources rich public and private investment sector, and exceptional entrepreneurial talent.