Jason Saul, Executive Director of the Center for Impact Sciences at The University of Chicago and Founder of the Impact Genome, and Jennifer Rivera, Global Head of Community Impact at Moody’s will share how impact measurement can get funders credit publicly and justify the need for investment in employee giving programs, grants and community investment. They provide real-world case studies of their efforts to capture and report on social impact using an outcome-focused strategy.
Executive Director, The Center For Impact Sciences at The University of Chicago and Founder, Impact GenomeJason Saul is one of the world’s leading experts on measuring social impact. He is the Executive Director of the Center for Impact Sciences at the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy. Jason is also CEO of Mission Measurement Corp., a firm that advises governments, corporations and foundations on how to measure and improve impact. For the past 25 years, Jason has been a pioneer in the field, developing new methods to standardize, benchmark and predict social outcomes.
Jennifer Stula Rivera
Global Head of Community Impact, Moody’sJennifer Stula Rivera is the Global Head of Community Impact and Vice President, Moody’s Foundation at Moody’s Corporation overseeing the company’s philanthropic giving and employee engagement programs. Ms. Stula Rivera was appointed Global Head of Corporate Social Responsibility in 2021 and charged with re-imaging a community impact framework that reflected the values and interests of our people and was aligned with Moody’s corporate mission, purpose, vision and values.