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Power Hour: Qualitative Approaches in Evaluation

This “power hour” training exposes participants to useful qualitative approaches to evaluation. Many (if not all) nonprofits must report impact through quantitative measures, but sometimes qualitative information reveals how important the work really is. Attend this session to learn ways to report qualitative evidence persuasively and powerfully.

 Export to Your Calendar 11/5/2020
When: Thursday, November 5th
3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: Map this event »
The Regas Building
318 N. Gay Street
Knoxville, Tennessee  37917
United States
Presenter: Alyssa Sloan
Contact: Samantha Amick

Online registration is available until: 11/5/2020
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Member: $25.00
Non-Member: $75.00
Student Member: $10.00



Learning Objectives Include:

  • Differentiate quantitative and qualitative evaluation
  • Address misbelief about quantitative supremacy
  • Compare and contrast various qualitative approaches
  • Identify opportunities for mixed methods 

ABN Fund Development Certificate:

This workshop counts as 1 credit towards the ABN Fund Development Certificate. To receive this certificate, a participant must earn 18 credit hours within a two-year period. Credits are tracked on individual sub-accounts (not admin accounts) as course credit stays with the individual. For more information, contact Samantha Amick at


CFRE Credits:

Full participation in Qualitative Approaches in Evaluation  is applicable for 1 point in Category 1.B – Education of the CFRE International application for initial certification and/or re-certification. For more information about the Certified Fundraising Executive credential visit



Who Should Attend:

Any non-profit staff member who participates in (or plans for) evaluation and/or program assessment

Please contact Samantha Amick at for specific questions about the level of this course.



Effective communication lies at the heart of all personal and professional experiences. So, it is wise to INVEST time and energy growing in communication competency!

Alyssa Sloan began studying communication as an undergraduate at the University of Central Arkansas. After working for a collegiate nonprofit ministry for two years, she pursued a Master's degree in Applied Communication. Alyssa also spent those years serving as a youth pastor, enabling her to experience unique facets of nonprofit work and faith-based organizations. Next, she earned her doctorate in crisis communication from the University of Kentucky. In 2011, she moved to Knoxville to develop King University's communication program.  Alyssa continues to teach at King and is grateful for hardworking students who renew her passion for communication studies.


Cancellation Courtesy:
If you wish to cancel your registration, notification of your registration cancellation must be received by email to Samantha Amick at five business days prior to the class. Please view our full cancellation policy here.

Special Accommodations:
If you require special accommodation in order to attend an ABN training, please contact Samantha Amick at 865-313-2077 or no less than five days prior to the training you wish to attend.

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