Collective Impact continues to offer services for the West Virginia Affordable Housing Trust Fund (WVAHTF) to strengthen the statewide housing infrastructure and capacity in West Virginia. Currently our work is focused on the implementation of our signature Venue Web-Based Services and the development and implementation of a holistic statewide training and technical assistance network, referred to as “Crossing Systems”.
Collective Impact facilitated a staff retreat (advance) session for the Sisters Health Foundation. The process culminated with the development of a summary that recapped the actions and results of the one-day session and served to help guide the staff and organization’s future direction.
“Working with Denina on projects takes what originally seem like insurmountable tasks to me, to a finished project that is of high quality and successful. Her community engagement, group development and facilitation skills have not only assisted me in successfully completing my work responsibilities, but provide a sense of relief and confidence because I know she is right there by my side moving the process along! I also want to acknowledge Bruce, Steve and Karen for their contributions to the Collective Impact projects conducted here in Butler County. This CI team is dynamic and always a pleasure to work with! I value our relationship and look forward to working together on many projects in the future.” ~Beth Ehrenfried-Neveux, Prevention Specialist; Butler County Human Services: Drug and Alcohol Program.