Introduction to ROMA
In this training, participants will be introduced to the ROMA management framework and how it is used to guide our work in Community Action. The curriculum covers basic concepts such as: Mission Statements, Theory of Change, Community Assessment, Result-Oriented Planning, Outcomes, Performance and many other principles. Participants will come away with a better understanding of how to plan and implement practices that lead to positive outcomes for low-income families and communities.
Participants should expect to actively participate in this training. This means turning on your camera, using your workbook and participating in small group breakout discussions.
A recording of the workshop will be available to all registrants following the workshop. To obtain the password and view the recording, email Emily Nolan.
Josh Summer has over a decade of experience in organizational development and planning. He is a Certified ROMA trainer, Technology of Participation (ToP) certified strategic planner and facilitates board training and poverty simulations. Josh has presented organizational sustainability at local, regional, and national conferences. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Madison’s School of Human Ecology where focused his studies on financial literacy and consumer education. As the Development Director, Josh is responsible for creating new partnerships with community organizations, other social services providers, government entities, corporation and potential funders. He is also responsible for funding research, grant writing, and program design and evaluation.