This assessment tool is designed 1) to provide insights on the stages of development of an organization; 2) to provide benchmarks to gauge an organization; and 3) as a tool for staff and board to develop their organization.
The collective experience and wisdom of all participants resulted in highly informative presentations and insightful discussions. Many actionable recommendations were made during speaker panel discussions and small group breakout sessions. The participants also pointed out that these recommendations are important at both local and national levels. Without change happening at the local level via grassroots…
Traci Endo Inouye, Social Policy Research Associates, Leslie Goodyear, Evaluation Consultant to WKKF
APIAHF Health Brain Trust on Data & Research: Utilize Data from Local Evaluation, Gayle Tang, MSN, RN Director, National Linguistic & Cultural Programs
A Partnership Program to Close Health Gaps for Asian Americans, Native Americans and Pacific Islanders
Compiled by Ethan Giang, Yvonne Fung, and Suhaila Khan
This document summarizes the recommendations and action items proposed by the participants of the 2007 and 2008 Health Brain Trust on Data & Research convenings.
There are more than 5 million Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders (AA and NHPI) in California, equal to about 14% of the state’s population. The AA and NHPI population in California is projected to grow to 18% in 2025.