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Would it surprise you to hear that “measuring what matters” may actually oppose “diversity, equity, and inclusion”? We’re guessing yes. That’s why we want you at this open fishbowl session. Hear from three presenters working to ensure measurement, rigor, and accountability lead to equity, inclusion, and diversity; rather than replicate current systems of uneven opportunity. Even better, you can reflect on and share your own perspectives at this sure-to-be lively, meaningful, interactive discussion.

Session Learning Outcomes:

  1. Describe the potential pitfalls and blind spots between “measuring what matters” and “diversity, equity, and inclusion” efforts.
  2. Understand and be able to define equitable evaluation and its potential relevance to your own work.
  3. Identify these potential pitfalls and blind spots in your own past, current, and future perspectives on and experiences.


  • Sarojani Mohammed,  Founder + Principal, Ed Research Works | @EdResearchWorks
  • Ulcca Hansen, Educating Potential | @Ulcca