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Glenn Page's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Keiko Kuji-Shikatani
16:07
Hello, I am Keiko Kuji-Shikatani from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Motaz Attalla
16:35
Hi everyone. Motaz Attalla from the Garfield Foundation here, calling in from Oakland, California.
Ekaterine Shapatava
17:26
Hi everyone, Ekaterine Shapatava from Atlanta, Georgia.
CIRCShare
17:35
Hello, Kat Teague here with the CityCraft team in Denver, Colorado.
Nicole McDonald
18:13
Tansi! Nicole McDonald from the McConnell Foundation here. Calling in from Ottawa.
Devon Ysaguirre
18:39
Hi all. Devon Ysaguirre from the Democracy Fund, part of TOG, here, calling in from DC.
Joe Brewer
18:45
Hello from Costa Rica… this is Joe Brewer with the Regenerative Communities Network. :-)
Jen Heeg
18:48
Hi all, this is Jen Heeg from Humanity United in Washington, DC.
Piyali
19:24
Piyali Chakraborti here, calling in from the Tides Canada Foundation in Toronto
Jennifer Berman
19:52
Hi all, Jennifer Berman from Garfield Foundation, calling in from Western MA
elizabeth.sullivan
20:17
Hi everyone, Liz Sullivan, The Asia Foundation, San Francisco, CA
georgiamarman
20:23
Hi all, Georgia Marman from the International Network of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ESCR-Net)
Kelly Diggins
23:03
Hi everyone. Kelly Diggins from Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, calling in from San Francisco, California.
Jennifer Jewiss
23:04
Hi all, Jennifer Jewiss from the University of Vermont Department of Leadership and Developmental Sciences
Glenn Page
31:20
Thank you all for introducing yourselves on the Chat - if you have not already - please let us know your name, country and institution representing - MANY THANKS! Glenn
Jenn Ho
31:46
Jennifer Ho, Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, U.S. Thank you!!!
Stephanie
31:52
Hello, Stephanie Johns from Denver, Colorado with CityCraft and DURZI Solutions
Greg Ratliff
32:06
Hello, Greg Ratliff with Rockefeller Philnathropy Advisors in New York
DBourland
32:15
Good afternoon, this is Dana Bourland with The JPB Foundation. We are based in NYC.
oyeo2
32:28
Seyi Oyedele, Inteior Health Authority, Kelowna British Columbia Canada,
olgal
32:53
Hello. Olga Levina, Washington DC, consultant.
Hannah Goetz
33:05
Hey all! Hannah Goetz wit the Packard Foundation.
Mollie Speiglman
36:28
Hi all, Mollie Speiglman with Garfield Foundation, U.S.
Glenn Page
42:57
When we open the webinar to questions - please use the chat box and describe your question and we’ll try and address as many as we can within the one hour time frame. THANKS!
Stephanie
43:40
Is there access to the previous webinars somewhere? Sorry that I’m just joining this series now but I’d like to catch up!
Joe Brewer
44:22
A question I have is the extent to which Blue Marble has actively tried to learn from the cognitive sciences — and the study of frame semantics in particular—to incorporate worldviews, value systems, concepts, and interpretive lenses into the “whole system” approaches for rigorous evaluation. ;-)
Glenn Page
44:51
If you have not already, please introduce yourself in the chat box with your name, country and institution. Thanks - Glenn
Nicole McDonald
44:51
Link to first webinar: https://zoom.us/recording/play/p0QMyim7iAvii6Y5pSnJy-Pmpra9AZLxjJaNcTUijrwZMidG48tDs0k0IJzN9gvO?continueMode=true
Marah Moore
51:48
Marah Moore with i2i Institute, based in Taos NM. USA
RUTH rominger
53:41
Ruth Rominger collaborative networks (for transformational change), Garfield Foundation.
jeph mathias
56:49
Michel I have a question about politics and power I woudl like to ask verbally
Maria Claudia Santos
57:19
and Colombia! hi everyone María Claudia Santos from Sesana Foundation based in Bogota
Greg Ratliff
57:44
How can/does tranformative evaluation provide real time information that informs course corrections needed on the way to tranformation?
georgiamarman
58:17
Have to sign off, unfortunately. Hoping there will be a link to this webinar available in a few days, so I can catch up on the questions. Thank you…so excited about blue marble evaluation!
Sergio Federico Sierra Romero
59:54
Hello, Sergio Sierra from Mexico. My question is: Do international organizations like United Nations, World Bank, InterAmerican Bank, are working in Glocal Evaluations? Are they financing projects related with "Transformational items2? Thanks.
RUTH rominger
01:06:46
can you speak to need of change agents doing what they see as transformational work need to be well versed in systems thinking? isn’t there a huge need there?
Maria Claudia Santos
01:10:11
data is a big issue in evaluation. in the aging system there is a huge gap of data at a glocal level. Could you share some success experiences regarding this problem?
Glenn Page
01:14:02
We’ll be wrapping up the webinar after this question!Thank you all so much for attending!
The RE-AMP Network
01:14:34
Sarah Ann Shanahan, The RE-AMP Network
BASearle
01:16:06
Thank you Glenn and Michael, excellent.
Keiko Kuji-Shikatani
01:16:20
Thank you Michael!
Maria Claudia Santos
01:16:27
thank you!
Joe Brewer
01:16:29
It is great to see this coherence and integration moving into implementation. Thanks to the organizers!
oyeo2
01:16:31
Thank you
olgal
01:16:33
Thank you!
Keiko Kuji-Shikatani
01:16:38
Thank you Glenn & Charmaine
Sergio Federico Sierra Romero
01:16:46
Thanks all
Giovanna Montagner
01:17:09
Thank you! I look forward to upcoming webinars and activities