Conversations

Monthly conversations with a guest. You can also find these as a podcast on Spotify, iTunes, and all podcast players.

Radical (Re)imagining: A conversation on Social Capital

Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith of Radical (Re)Imagining spend some time in self-reflection on the process of inviting guests to this space and the implications of using our social capital to do so.


Radical (Re)imagining: A conversation with Maddy Frey

Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith of Radical (Re)Imagining invite Maddy Frey to reflect on the transition from 2020 to 2021, lessons learned, questions we are still sitting with, and how we are learning to show up differently. Implications for the field and individual evaluators are discussed.


Radical (Re)imagining: A conversation with Aimee White

Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith of Radical (Re)Imagining invite Aimee White to reflect and specifically share how she is and what she’s noticing about herself right now. Learn more about #Eval20 here.


Radical (Re)imagining: A conversation with Allison Titcomb

Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith of Radical (Re)Imagining chat with Dr. Allison Titcomb about what the elements of community that allow for authenticity.


Radical (Re)imagining: A conversation with Carolyn Camman

Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith of Radical (Re)Imagining chat with Carolyn Camman about what it means to them to be radical.


Radical (Re)imagining: A conversation with Rakesh Mohan

Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith of Radical (Re)Imagining chat with Rakesh Mohan about what it means to be in services to others.


Radical (Re)imagining: A conversation with Jara Dean-Coffey

Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith of Radical (Re)Imagining chat with Jara Dean-Coffey about what it means to show up to work with our values intact.


Radical (Re)imagining: A conversation with Tom Archibald

Deven Wisner, Tiffany Smith, & Libby Smith of Radical (Re)Imagining chat with Tom Archibald about being more human in our professional lives as evaluators, academics, and data professionals.

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