OPPMA Brown Bag Luncheon Rescheduled for February
Due to predicted snow in the Portland area on Wednesday, January 11th, OPPMA is rescheduling the Brown Bag Luncheon for February. Invitations will be sent as soon as a new date is confirmed.
Contact OPPMA Coordinator Aaron Kaufman at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Wednesday, Jan. 11th, 2017
Portland State University
College of Urban and Public Affairs
2nd Floor, Parson's Gallery
Research & Evaluation Program Supervisor with Multnomah County Aging, Disability & Veterans Services Elizabeth O'Neill is a Research & Evaluation Program Supervisor with Multnomah County Aging, Disability & Veterans Services. She is an embedded evaluator in the public sector and combines program evaluation, policy analysis and systems design to improve program administration and client outcomes. She will describe a performance management system developed with participatory methodologies to allow those served to design services and analyze evaluation data. We will look at program outcomes as controlled measures and population outcomes as collective impact. Elizabeth has built performance management systems for county and state entities and has served as an internal and external evaluator, performance auditor, and equity researcher. She received a Master of Public Policy from Oregon State University with a focus in social equity and attended The Evergreen State College for a Bachelor of Arts & Bachelor of Science in community system design.