Introducing SureImpact: Manage, Measure and Communicate Your Social Impact

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How to Manage, Measure and Communicate Your Organization’s Unique Social Impact

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About SureImpact

Funding is the lifeblood for all organizations in the business of social change. Increasingly, funders require social sector organizations to demonstrate the degree to which they are changing lives and circumstances. High-performing organizations also rely on these insights to realize efficiencies of scale and to deliver on their mission promise, but at what cost? A significant pain point for many organizations is the time required to collect and analyze this data, and the lack of in-house expertise to conduct this important work.

Until now, there has not been a solution specifically designed for the nonprofit sector to capture these invaluable insights in a way that doesn’t have a detrimental effect on an organization’s bandwidth to deliver mission-critical services to their clients. To meet these needs and more, Measurement Resources’ President & CEO Sheri Chaney Jones launched SureImpact in 2019.

SureImpact is a customizable, cloud-based software platform that allows mission-driven organizations to easily manage, measure and communicate their unique social impact. Please join us for a webinar to explore the features and benefits of this new platform on Wednesday, January 29. Be among the first to experience the client dashboard, and all of the customizable functionality and reporting possibilities that SureImpact offers. But most of all, you are encouraged to imagine all of the ways that SureImpact will empower your organization to focus on the important activities that will move your mission forward.

Measurement Resources Company is a channel partner and reseller of SureImpact.

About Sheri Chaney Jones

For more than 18 years, Sheri Chaney Jones, founder and president of Measurement Resources Company, has improved the social sector using performance management, evaluation, and organizational behavior best practices. Her experience and expertise have transformed measurement cultures and as a result, saved public dollars, improved outcomes, demonstrated effectiveness, and increased revenues.

Sheri is a thought leader on public sector evaluation and applied organizational research. She is the author of Impact & Excellence: Data-Driven Strategies for Aligning Mission, Culture, and Performance in Nonprofit and Government Organizations (Jossey Bass, 2014). This book provides government and nonprofit leaders a proven path to increase the evaluation and assessment capacity of their organizations. Sheri is an international speaker on measurement best practices and the use of evaluation results for improved social sector organizational efficiencies and outcomes, and was recently named a Future 50 Award honoree by Columbus CEO.

Sheri has taught Organizational Behavior at Franklin University’s Management and Leadership Program. In addition, she designed and taught the Creating a Measurement Culture course as part of Ohio’s Certified Public Managers program provided through the John Glenn School of Public Affairs at The Ohio State University. Through her work, she has provided advisory and consulting services based upon evaluation best practices to the following units within The Ohio State University: The Kirwan Institute of the Study of Race and Ethnicity, The Center for Family Research, The Center for Learning Excellence, and The Fisher College of Business.

Prior to founding Measurement Resources and SureImpact, Sheri served as the Performance Center Manager for the Ohio Department of Aging, Deputy Director for Performance Evaluation with the Franklin County Juvenile Court and Organizational Researcher for a Columbus-based consulting firm, Decision Support Services, Inc. Sheri holds a Master of Arts degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Central Michigan University and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The Ohio State University.

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