F.M. Kirby Impact Prize: How to Talk About Your Impact to Date - Shared screen with speaker view
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Welcome to the information session! As you're joining us, chat in your name, organization, and where you're joining us from today.
I'm Robyn Fehrman, Managing Director at Duke University's Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship in Durham, NC. I'll be helping to monitor the chat.
Erich Bam, Infinite Impact, Cape Town, South Africa
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Marc Sklar, Brick by Brick working for the past 16 years in Uganda
Nina Milne, CARICO (Uganda)
Priya Panikkar, Naandi Foundation, India
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RuthAnn Wicks, Uncommon Integrity Florida
Thanks for joining us RuthAnn.
James Clinton, ServeMinnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
Noah Wilson-Rich, The Best Bees Company, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Glad you're here Noah
Greetings -from Sijabuliso,IDIN-SADC Consortium-Botswana, Tanzania and Zambia
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Thank you so much for joining us today! Please feel free to add any questions you have to the chat!
Great inputs, thank you. Will this presentation be uploaded on your website too?
Yes it will be!
I would like to send it to my colleague too. Thanks.
Very impactful presentation!
See chat above for the website link, where you can find previous presentations as well.
How many semi-finalists will you select for the interview process?
Hi, I have a question. Do we have to explicitly outline our assumptions and risks?
@ Stephanie - We have not set a specific target number for the number of semi finalists.
Please make sure the links are activated. I’m especially interested in measuring impact tools. Pervious resources were not linked in sessions.
@Marc - thank you for that feedback. We will do it!
Thank you so much for the insightful session.greatly appreciated
@Mansai - your application will be stronger if you have outlined your assumptions and risks
Thank you Robyn!
Marta Noval Felgueroso
Thank you :)
Thank you so much!
This is fantastic professional development. Thank you!
Very helpful :)
Is there any data available about how many applications you have received over the past 2-3 years? Or how many you are expecting this year?
only one application per organization?
Thank you all very much for this presentation. Do you have any guidance on how to identify assumptions and risks in your model?
How many applications have you received to date?
I’m finding it to be quite a challenge to both outline our theory of change and give the specifics of our plans for solutions in just 300 words. If these elements are woven throughout our application answers, does that work as well? (Questions are inter-related)
@erin - yes, feel free to weave that information throughout the application
Sorry I missed it. Organizations across the globe can apply right?
Njeri K Omesa
Hi, thank you for this informative session, if an organization has a range of projects, should we zoom in on one aspect only or share about it all?
Njeri K Omesa
thank you, very helpful
Is there an ideal proportion or percentage of the scaling strategy that the funding should cover?
That is helpful, thank uyou
Have a nice weekend, thank you!
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