Greetings, Dear "Feminist Issues in Evaluation TIG" Members and Guests,

A warm welcome to our website and community of practice.  

The Feminist TIG brings together a dynamic group of evaluators, feminists and gender equality advocates who are united in their passion to promote gender equality and ensure that women’s experiences and voices are integrated more systematically into evaluation practice.

We are excited to present this resource, where we hope you will not only find relevant information but also help us to strengthen and enhance its relevance for our membership. This platform also allows us to communicate with one another. So if you’d like to share/add a resource, start a thread or make any key announcements, you have come to the right place.

We invite you to join and participate in the Feminist Issues in Evaluation TIG:

  • If you have not joined our TIG through your AEA membership, please consider doing so. We send a few communications to our TIG members via email throughout the year.
  • Contribute an article for the Feminist TIG Newsletter. Please contact our Newsletter Editor: Kathryn Mathes [drkate1960@gmail.com].

- Kirsten Zeiter, Christine Bell, Élyse McCall-Thomas, Melissa Chapman-Haynes and Zoë Masterpole

Feminist Issues in Evaluation TIG Leadership Team


EVAL20 Reimagined: How will you shine your light?

October 27-30, 2020


Evaluation 2020
Conference: October 27-30
A virtual experience from the comfort of your home or office

Don't miss any FEMINIST ISSUES IN EVALUATION sessions and the TIG BUSINESS MEETING.  The program is posted BELOW!

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

5:00pm – 6:00pm

TIG Business Meeting
Register in advance for this meeting here: https://pdastats.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0rcuihrjMiHdOdGf-kea4iFDpWfiKjSW_A 

Thursday, October 29, 2020

2:30pm – 3:15pm

Shaking up the Evaluation Patriarchy: Shining Light on Womanist/Feminist Frameworks and Strategies for Claiming Power and Place in the Academy

Friday, October 30, 2020

10:00am -10:45am 

Shining a Feminist Light on Rigor in Evaluation

We encourage you to collaborate with other colleagues and TIGs and explore how a feminist lens can contribute to other issue areas