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Race Equity & Justice Workgroup

Baltimore Area Evaluators is launching a Race Equity & Justice workgroup to develop and advance a plan targeting reform of data, evaluation, and  research infrastructures in Baltimore that historically have and continue today to maintain and perpetuate racism.
We aim to develop tools and resources that data professionals can use in our everyday practices that lead to more just practices. If you are interested in joining as a thought partner and collaborator in this process, please contact the BAE Board at baltimoreareaevaluators@gmail.com.

Have an Area of Expertise or Skill to Share? 

Were you planning to present at a conference that was thwarted by the pandemic, or are you perhaps looking to try out some material with a friendly audience of data-loving peers? Please drop us a line, we’d love to partner with you on a future event!

Lunchtime Learning Series

Don’t forget to join BAE Friday, 4/30 from 12-1 pm for our data visualization workshop! We can’t wait to share our data viz tips and tricks plus fun with Google Sheets! Register here.

We are also excited to announce our 2nd lunchtime learning event coming up Thursday, 5/6 from 12-1 pm! We will be welcoming Chris Brandt, PhD, Associate with the Center for Assessment for a talk on network improvement communities (NIC)! Learn more and sign up here.

Current Job and RFP Postings*

BAE was recently made aware of the following opportunities:

Vital Voices seeks a talented professional with experience in monitoring, evaluation and learning for the position of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) Manager. https://www.vitalvoices.org/careers/monitoring-evaluation-research-and-learning-merl-manager/

The Department of Natural Resources has reached out with an opportunity to conduct an evaluation of their Maryland Conservation Corps (MCC) program. Details about this program can be found here. They are interested in understanding: MCC’s value to the MD Park Service and the Department of Natural Resources more broadly how the work has helped advance the MD Park Service’s mission what statements can be made about their accomplishments over the past 30 years. If you are interested, please contact Fred Banks with a suggested evaluation plan, deliverables, and pricing.  Frederick.Banks@maryland.gov

The CDC Evaluation Program is currently recruiting for its Fall 2021 cohort. Applications are due March 14, 2021. Details and instructions to apply can be found at: https://www.cdc.gov/eval/fellowship/index.htm

Select opportunities are shared as a courtesy with members and our wider community. BAE will soon have a platform for more regularly sharing opportunities directly with our members. Have something to share? Let us know!

Meet an Evaluator: Allison

We are back with our second installment of our #meetanevaluator series for 2021! This week we are featuring Allison Magagnosc, BAE’s Vice President and Secretary. Learn more about Allison’s journey from elementary education to evaluation below.


BAE is excited to reintroduce ourseries of posts in which you can #meetanevaluator from Baltimore’s amazing community of evaluation, research, and data professionals! In our inaugural post for 2021, we are featuring BAE’s very own president, Bridget Blount! Learn more about Bridget’s journey as a data strategist below.