Community Indicators Impact Summit 2012: Driving Change & Getting Results in Challenging Times

Community Indicators Consortium

November 15-16, 2012
University of Maryland's Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center, in College Park, MD

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The Community Indicators Consortium (CIC) invites you to attend and contribute your experience and expertise to Impact Summit 2012.

Join over 250 practitioners, analysts, academics, funders, and data providers in over 20 sessions to share our work and explore new ways and tools to track impact, understand macro trends buffeting our communities, and learn how to effect change and bridge the distance between objective high quality data and subjective perceptions and interpretation.
Presenters include:

  • Robert Groves – Former Director of US Census Bureau
  • Bryan Sivak  – Chief Technology Officer, US. Department of Health and Human Services
  • Eugenie Birch – University of Pennsylvania
  • Charlotte Kahn – Director of Boston Indicators Project
  • Chantel Bottoms – Community Action Network
  • Michael McAfee – Promise Neighborhoods Institute
  • Salin Geevargese – HUD, Office of Sustainable Housing and Communities
    To learn more about our presenters please visit the presenters page
    Session and discussion (over 50 presenters across 20 interactive sessions and 3 plenaries) to include:

  • Beyond Smart Growth: New Thoughts on Economic Sustainability for Communities
  • Creating a High Performance Youth Services System through the Strategic Use of Performance Measures
  • Developing Weatherization and Lead Abatement Indicators to Track Neighborhood Sustainability
  • What is Weave, What Can it Do, and What is its Future?

    For schedule of session please visit the program page
    CIC's Impact Summit is a forum for all of us to engage these questions and share lessons learned in fields including Sustainability, Health and Education. There is also an opportunity to share ways of increasing the impact of our work on behalf of our communities, public officials, funders, professional networks, businesses and clients in a variety of formats and tracks. 

To find out more information or to register, please visit our website.

    About CIC:
    The Community Indicators Consortium is an international learning community of individuals and organizations dedicated to using data to improve outcomes for our communities. We have over 200 paid members and a mailing list of over 2,000 that follow our work. You can learn more about our work at We have regular webinars and conferences, are building our web site as a resource on community indicators, and engage in a range of special projects related to the field.

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    October 12, 2012
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