Join Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis in discussing how data provides great opportunity to strengthen the important work the institution is pursuing in and with communities.
Discuss the value of monitoring and measuring community engagement and public service efforts to ensure institutional goals and strategies are accomplished, faculty and staff are recognized, community members receive accurate information, and goals are refined, practice deepened. Be introduced to systems, including
Collaboratory, a new SaaS, used to track the work, tell the story, and grow opportunities to join with the community in addressing its greatest challenges — and opportunities!
TO JOIN THE WEBINAR (2-3 p.m. EST) click the following:
- Lisa Keyne, Chief Strategy Office for Collaboratory
- Amy Warner, Vice Chancellor for Community Engagement in the Office of Community Engagement at IUPUI
- Kristin Norris, Director of Assessment in the Office of Community Engagement at IUPUI
José Cabrales, Ph.D.
Program Director of Student Success
Lisa Keyne serves TreeTop Commons, LLC, as Director of Customer Success and Chief Strategy Officer for Collaboratory, a cloud-based software platform that helps higher education institutions comprehensively track their community engagement and public service activities. She also holds an appointment as Visiting Scholar with the Institute for Community and Economic Development at The University of North Carolina Greensboro. Keyne is deeply committed to empowering people to use their gifts and skills to make a difference, finding opportunities to do that professionally as Executive Director of NC Campus Compact; a faculty member and Vice Provost at Concordia University, Portland, OR; and a faculty member and program director at Concordia University in Seward, NE. She earned a Ph.D. in higher and postsecondary education from the University of Southern California; her Master of Public Administration from the University of Alabama in Birmingham; a Bachelor of Education from Concordia University, St. Paul, MN; and a Certificate in Nonprofit Management from Duke University.
Amy Conrad Warner joined Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis campus administration in 1987 in the Office of Special Media Projects. She was responsible for funding and managing strategic campus initiatives to integrate technology into teaching and learning both on and off campus. Warner served as project director for New Pathways to a Degree Initiative funded by Annenberg-Corporation for Public Broadcasting to develop undergraduate courses for online learners.
As founding chairman of the Educational Television Cooperative, a consortium of area high schools and post-secondary institutions, Warner raised the funding to coordinate, operate and manage the Educational Access Cable Channel in Indianapolis. Through the Indiana Partnership for Statewide Education, she developed and implemented a strategic plan to deliver courses and services to college students statewide.
As Associate Vice Chancellor for Lifelong Learning at IUPUI, Amy served as the campus officer responsible for developing comprehensive services for adult learners, including origination of policies and overseeing the strategic development of online, executive education, and emerging academic programs for adult learners. She was twice granted a leave of absence from the university to establish the Indiana Commission on Community Service under Governor Evan Bayh and create the E-Commerce Division of the Indiana Department of Commerce under Governor Joseph Kernan.
Amy served as Vice Chancellor for External Affairs at IUPUI responsible for strategic marketing and communications, community relations and regional economic development, government and alumni affairs for the campus. As part of an institutional strategic planning effort, the Office of Community Engagement was established in January 2015; Amy was appointed the Vice Chancellor for Community Engagement to leverage institutional knowledge and resources with public and private partners to enrich scholarship, research and creative activity; prepare civic minded professionals, strengthen civic responsibility; and address critical societal issues and contribute to the public good.
Warner currently serves on the boards of WFYI, Downtown Indy, Develop Indy Council, International Center, the Indy Chamber Hispanic Business Council, Indianapolis Urban League, TechPoint and the White River State Park Development Commission and established both the Indiana Commission on Community Service and the E-Commerce division of the Indiana Department of Commerce.
Kristin Norris is the Director of Assessment for the Office of Community Engagement at IUPUI. Kristin works with stakeholders (internal and external) to track community-engaged activities in order to conduct assessment, evaluation, and research that transforms higher education and demonstrates how IUPUI’s community engaged activities (e.g., programs, pedagogies, research, initiatives) support the institutional mission, demonstrate progress toward the strategic plan, and inform decision making. Kristin is passionate about student civic outcomes and the public purpose of higher education in addressing community issues.
Kristin earned her B.S. from Purdue University and M.S. from Indiana University in Hospitality & Tourism Management and her Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from the IU School of Education at Indiana University. She is an editorial fellow for the Metropolitan Universities journal and vice chair of IUPUI’s Program Review and Assessment Committee.