Facente Consulting was selected to help TLCBD create a Theory of Change for their work, learn the Results-Based AccountabilityTM (RBA) framework for evaluation, and develop an evaluation map to guide their future program evaluations.
Facente Consulting worked with The Arc San Francisco to guide them in the creation of a strategic plan for 2021-2024 that would increase their focus on equity and propel the organization into a new progressive era of service to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
The AO Foundation hired Facente Consulting to analyze qualitative transcripts from interviews with 92 cranio-maxillofacial surgeons worldwide, and summarize findings around training needs in multiple formats to guide future work.
The Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Branch of the California Department of Public Health hired Facente Consulting to assess and revamp the California Fit Business Kit, a toolkit that supports employers to implement worksite wellness strategies for low-wage workers.
Facente Consulting partnered with Garrow Consulting, LLC to design and create a Story Map for CAMI Health, depicting findings from qualitative interviews about reproductive health choices from young women, partners, grandmothers, and researchers/policymakers in sub-Saharan Africa.
Facente Consulting helped UCSF develop a equity framework for launching their new concept: a shared use mobile van designed to improve community-based research opportunities in San Francisco.
The Tenderloin Community Benefit District hired Facente Consulting on a retainer basis for Executive Leadership support and the development of systems and processes and problem-solving more broadly in the organization.
Facente Consulting was hired by academic physicians at Stanford’s Medical School to coordinate the qualitative research aspects of a study designed to better understand gender-based differences for how academic physicians think about and experience success in their careers.
Facente Consulting assisted a medical team at Stanford’s academic hospital to analyze both qualitative and quantative survey data collected to explore the experiences and effects of gendered microaggressions from patients to physicians.
The County of Fresno hired Facente Consulting to use Results-Based AccountabilityTM to implement a comprehensive restructure of the evaluation system for their Babies First program, designed to improve pregnancy outcomes among Black/African American women in Fresno, CA.
Facente Consulting assisted the San Francisco Department of Public Health in summarizing the history and current landscape of various efforts to address hepatitis B in San Francisco, serving as the foundation upon which a strategy to comprehensively address HBV citywide could be launched.