Judiciary Grants Conference: Tracking, Measuring, and Sustaining Success

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Judicial College Education and Conference Center

2011-D Commerce Park Drive

Annapolis, 21401

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Tracking, Measuring, and Sustaining Success

December 15, 2016 8:30 am – 3:30pm

Registration & continental breakfast 8:30 am - 9:00 am

Courts and non-profit partners are invited to attend this one-day conference on preparing and maintaining Judiciary grants. This year’s program will include in-depth sessions on tracking data, measuring achievements, and sustaining successful programs into the future. The conference will also include a brief overview of funding opportunities that will be available in FY2018, as well as time for you to talk individually with our grant-making departments, our internal auditors, and our procurement staff.

8:30 – 9:00

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Continental Breakfast

9:00 – 10:30

Welcome & Overview of FY18 Grants

Lou Gieszl, Assistant Administrator, Programs Division

Audit Changes

Charlotte Bednarczyk, Manager, Internal Audit

James Kennedy, Manager, Internal Audit

Evaluation Success Stories (Panel)

Dr. Lauren Abramson, Executive Director, Community Conferencing Center

Gray Barton, Director, Office of Problem Solving Courts

Dr. Jocelyn Gainers, Director, The Family Recovery Program

Dorothy Lennig, Legal Clinic Director, House of Ruth Maryland

10:30 – 10:45

BREAK (People Bingo)

10:45 – 11:45

First Concurrent Sessions

Evaluation 101: Developing an Evaluation Plan

Nick White, Research and Evaluation Director, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office

Jamie Walter, Director, Court Operations

Tracking Data: Using Excel to excel. How to report data effectively.

Buzz Merrick, Training Specialist, Judicial College of Maryland

Grant Writing Basics

Gray Barton, Director, Office of Problem Solving Courts

11:45 – 12:30

LUNCH

12:30 – 1:30

Second Sessions

Evaluation 102: Implementing Your Evaluation Plan

How do you track success? What resources are needed?

Nick White, Program Manager, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office

Jamie Walter, Director, Court Operations

How to Tell Your Story With Data

You have more data than you know! How to use the data you already have.

Wendy Wolff, Director of Consulting, Maryland Nonprofits

MDEC Reporting and Data Tracking for Court Grantees

Andrew Ginder, Senior Researcher, Court Operations

Austin Phaire, Enterprise Custom Reporting Lead, Judicial Information Systems

1:30 - 1:45

BREAK

1:45 – 2:45

Third Sessions

How Do We Measure Up: Evaluating Ourselves Against the Right Measurements

This session will walk you through a case study that takes a look at business process improvement strategies to assist programs in determining if they are evaluating themselves against measurements that truly ensure their success.

Shantay Guy, Executive Director, Community Mediation, Baltimore

Data into Action!

We have the data, now what do we do with it? Using data to improve your program.

Sarah Kauffman, District Court Data Management and Public Information Director

Emmett Ward, ADR Resources Coordinator, Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office

2:45 – 3:30

TABLING

Meet and talk to personnel from each of the Judiciary’s Grant Awarding Departments, Internal Audit & Procurement Department


**RSVP by December 6th to ensure that we have a boxed lunch for you.**

This event is free of charge compliments of Maryland Judiciary, Administrative Office of the Courts.

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2011-D Commerce Park Drive

Annapolis, 21401

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