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Power Mapping

This aim of this study is to provide a data-driven understanding of the state of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights’ efforts to build and leverage the power of its coalition and partners.


Problem: Seek to identify the strengths, gaps, and room for improvement in the ways The Leadership Conference builds and leverages the power of its coalition and partners, in the context of the larger civil rights movement to surface strategies and tactics to increase impact moving forward.
Role: Design Research conducted desk research on voting rights, education and judicial and court systems, visualizing workshop findings, team development of interview guide and conducting interviews, synthesizing interview insights
Solution: Worked with my team aiding in the map internal Leadership Conference process
Characterize network relationships the assessment of coalition member impact/ capacity and that of non-coalition member organization capacities
Impact: Strategic dashboard leadership mapping and our team pulled together strategic dashboards based on the needs of each area, education, voting, judicial, and census. Compiled sectors of Leadership Summit members, location, membership, services offered