Nicole using design thinking to create programs, services, curriculum, or workshops that are empowering, gender-focused, and culturally-relevant. Along with determining relevant Theory of Change models, Nicole collaborates with organizations to make connections between the planning phase to the evaluation, leading to sustainable programming and improving a program’s chances of success.
Nicole works with nonprofits, community groups, social services agencies, and businesses to take control of your programming and services, improve your results, and make meaningful impact in the communities you serve. From developing an effective evaluation plan to visualizing the evaluation findings, Nicole conducts simple or complex evaluations to help clients gather, understand, and use data that shows impact.
Nicole conducts in-person and online trainings, webinars, and workshops for local and national conferences, schools, business meetings, staff retreats, private workshops, panels, and more. From small group settings to larger audiences, Nicole tailors speaking topics to your audience’s knowledge and interests to deliver points that are structured with clarity, insightfulness, and result in a powerful call to action.
November 3, 2016 | New York, NY
“Jackson: The Place with One Clinic” (RSVP here)
Host– If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice (Columbia University Law School chapter)
Nicole’s Role– Panelist
November 4, 2016 | Long Island City, New York
Sexual and Reproductive Justice Video Launch (RVSP here)
Host– New York City Department of Health
Nicole’s Role– Consultant & Panelist
December 7, 2016 | Washington, DC
Reproaction Staff Retreat (closed to the public)
Nicole’s Role– Workshop facilitator,” The Revolution Starts with Me!: Recipes, Remedies, Rituals, and Resources for Self Care”