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Kerry Bruce

Instructor
Chief Executive Officer at Clear Outcomes

Dr. Kerry Bruce is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Clear Outcomes. Clear Outcomes is a small, woman-owned management consulting firm specializing in evaluation practice. She is also adjunct faculty at Georgetown University in the International Health Department. She is a big data, AI and technology enthusiast and helped to ignite the annual MERLTech conference held in Washington DC and has been co-teaching courses on evaluation and technology at the American Evaluation Association meeting for several years. Kerry holds a DrPH in Health Policy and Management from the University of North Carolina, an MPH from Johns Hopkins University and an MA from the University of British Columbia in Geography.

Courses and workshops

[CLOSED] Emerging technology and its use in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Are you wondering how new and emerging technologies can be applied in your monitoring, evaluation and learning practice? We introduce a framework for evaluating the utility of different types of technology and understand when it might be (and might not be) most effective to use. We review the pros and cons of different types of technologies and the human and financial costs of deploying them.
Instructor(s)Kerry Bruce
Recommended forPractitioners, Evaluators, Comissioners
LevelIntroductory to intermediate
IV-a: Qualitative Data Analysis
Participants learn to organize qualitative data more efficiently for evaluations using computer-aided qualitative data analysis. The basics of qualitative data analysis are introduced using first-cycle and second-cycle coding methods. We use widely available commercial software to organize, code, and analyze data according to evaluation questions. We also cover how to interpret the results and present the findings in ways that are easily understood and visually appealing.
Instructor(s)Kerry Bruce, Arunjana Das
Recommended forComissioners, Evaluators
LevelConsolidation
III-f: Emerging technology and its use in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Are you wondering how new and emerging technologies can be applied in your monitoring, evaluation and learning practice? We introduce a framework for evaluating the utility of different types of technology and understand when it might be (and might not be) most effective to use. We review the pros and cons of different types of technologies and the human and financial costs of deploying them.
Instructor(s)Kerry Bruce
Recommended forPractitioners, Evaluators, Comissioners
LevelSpecialized