D2. Using the RBA Framework to Promote Coordination and Impact for Strategic Planning & Implementation

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This session is supported by SAGE Publications.

1:45 PM

1:50 PM

Moderator

Dr.

Ashley S. Love

DrPH, DHSc, MPH, MS, CPH

1:50 PM

3:00 PM

Utilizing Results-Based Accountability™ (RBA) for Innovative Strategic Planning and Implementation: A Framework to Promote Coordination and Impact for Local, State, and National Agencies and Programs.

Ms. Cherylee Sherry

1:50 PM

3:00 PM

Utilizing Results-Based Accountability™ (RBA) for Innovative Strategic Planning and Implementation: A Framework to Promote Coordination and Impact for Local, State, and National Agencies and Programs.

Dr.

Rebecca Reeve

PhD, CHES®

1:50 PM

3:00 PM

Utilizing Results-Based Accountability™ (RBA) for Innovative Strategic Planning and Implementation: A Framework to Promote Coordination and Impact for Local, State, and National Agencies and Programs.

Shanna Livermore

MPH, MCHES®

This session will help you build the skills needed to incorporate  Results-Based AccountabilityTM into the implementation of effective strategic planning processes, in order to bring a results focus to your current and future collaborations, initiatives, and programs. 

Learning Objectives:

1. Describe at least one way to use the Results-Based Accountability™ framework as a management tool for local, state, and national agencies and programs.

2. Explain how to use the Results-Based Accountability™ framework to refocus ongoing efforts for the implementation of an effective strategic planning process.

Cherylee Sherry

Healthy Systems Manager

Minnesota Department of Health

Ms. Sherry brings almost 40 years of program development and leadership experience in community health and health care to the Minnesota Department of Health. She is currently the Healthy Systems Manager for the Office of Statewide Health Improvement Initiatives. Previously she worked on the formation and implementation of the Health Care Homes (PCMH) Initiative. Prior to joining MDH, Ms. Sherry led community health initiatives addressing maternal & child health and chronic disease at an urban safety net hospital. She was the executive director of a community health clinic in Minnesota that provided clinical, health education and home health care services. While working on her master?s degree, she was the project director for an adolescent pregnancy & prevention services consortium and a comprehensive child development program in Brooklyn, NY.

Rebecca Reeve

ResultsWork

Rebecca is an evaluation and learning consultant with front-line experience in business, hospital, public health, public school and university settings. A sought-after speaker, trainer, consultant and innovator she is focused on practical strategies to produce desired results. Recently retired as the Director of Evaluation & Learning for the NC Center for Health and Wellness at UNC Asheville, she has worked with community partners in WNC, across the state, and nationally to help them think strategically and act effectively. Her 40+ years of work with communities has been recognized with state and national public health awards. Rebecca, a passionate prac-ademic, past SOPHE trustee and NCSOPHE president, received her PhD in evaluation research from the University of Virginia.

Shanna Livermore, MPH, MCHES®, FRSPH

Co-Director

University of Southern CA

Shanna Livermore, MPH, MCHES®, FRSPH Ms. Livermore, graduated from Slippery Rock University with a B.S. in Health Science, and obtained a Certificate of Advanced Evaluation Studies and a Master’s in Public Health, with an emphasis in Health Promotion, Education and Evaluation, from Claremont Graduate University (CGU). She is at the tail-end of a doctorate in public health at CGU with an emphasis in global health. Ms. Livermore is a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) and a fellow with the Royal Society for Public Health. Ms. Livermore has worked in HIV/AIDS prevention research and evaluation for 20 years starting as a Research Scientist at the California Department of Public Health, Office of AIDS. Currently, she serves as the Co-Director of the University of Southern California (USC), Keck School of Medicine, AIDS Education and Training Center. Ms. Livermore currently, or has, served in several capacities with the Society Of Public Health Education (SOPHE): current Co-Chair of the Global Health Community of Practice, currently a member of the CE, ethics, finance, resource development and strategic committees, a SoMe Ambassador, current member of the governance taskforce, the Immediate Past Speaker of the House of Delegates, former Board of Trustee member, former member of the audit and nominations committees, former Collegiate Champions, and Southern California Chapter of SOPHE’s Immediate Past President and former Delegate.

Ashley S. Love, DrPH, DHSc, MPH, MS, CPH (Moderator)

Associate Professor

University of Incarnate Word

Dr. Ashley S. Love is multi-disciplinary public health professional with extensive experience in health education, program design, management, and evaluation across public, governmental, and academic sectors. She served as the State Epidemiologist of Delaware and managed the H1N1 pandemic in 2009. She was a National Institute Aging Summer Fellow (William-Butler) and advocates for the aging population. Dr. Love has been an active-duty Air Force military spouse for almost 20 years.

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