David Manchester

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Name: David Manchester
Date registered: July 15, 2012
URL: http://evaluatingeffectiveness.com


David’s work often revolves around measuring the impact that organizations and companies are having. A former operations analyst in the corporate sector, he believes it is essential for non-profit organizations to being implementing internal evaluations to continually strive for effectiveness and alignment with institutional goals in the work they carryout. David’s experience in both for-profit and non-profit organizations positions him to explain concepts and offer ideas to non-profits in an easy to digest. David advises many organizations nationwide. The Washington Jewish Week included David on their 2012 Minyan list of the 10 most interesting Jews in the Washington, DC. David now lives in Cambridge, MA where he works for a sociological research center. David tweets @djmanchester

Latest posts

  1. Jewish Preschools Need To Address Family Needs Not Be Free — December 6, 2016
  2. The Jewish vote may swing key undecided counties, study says — October 14, 2016
  3. Bring the Call to Action #C2A to the Conventions — October 28, 2015
  4. An Argument for Optimism — October 9, 2015
  5. The Numbers Behind the Headlines from the Middle East — July 29, 2014

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May 21

SocialMetrics: SumAll


As I have written before, tracking the impact social media has on your company is essential.  Social Media can help engage new clients/participants as well as maintain contact with your existing clients/participants.  However, because social media does not run on a 9-5 schedule it is important to find systems that will have you covered 24/7 …

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May 19

AAPOR 2013

Evaluating Effectiveness hopes you enjoyed AAPOR 2013.  We have been tracking the conference’s twitter activity and wanted to make the twitter data we have collected available to everyone.  We used a proprietary system to store all tweets relating to AAPOR.  To determine qualification, tweets need to contain “aapor”, “aaporbuzz”, or “surveypost”. #aapor was the most …

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Apr 15

Big Data and Your Health: Myriad Genetics

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The Supreme Court is at it again today as they are hearing a case that could have extremely wide ranging impact.  In the 1990s Myriad Genetics won a patent battle and was awarded an extremely broad patent due to their finding of a genetic variation in the human genome called BRCA1 and BRCA2.  BRCA1 and …

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Mar 30

A Wave of Red Spreads Through Facebook

As the Supreme Court took up two cases involving the rights of GLBT couples, the impact was about to spread through social media.  Early in the morning, people around the country began changing their profile pictures to a red and yellow equal sign designed by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC).  Early on, a tipping point …

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