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List of CIC Members

Members of the Community Indicators Consortium (CIC) represent a diverse cross section of organizations and individuals interested in improving the way that information is used to:

  • raise awareness about community issues, and the need for collaborative action
  • inform decision-making in communities
  • evaluate the success of community related programs and projects, and
  • measure and report on progress toward quality communities for all

Through activities, engagement and their membership dues, the following Organizations and Individuals contribute to the CIC mission. Please consider joining CIC and helping us in this mission

Sustaining Organizations ($5,000 or more in grants or contributions)

  • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
  • Annie E Casey Foundation
  • Kellogg Foundation
  • Robert Wood Johnson Medical Group

Supporting Organizations ($1,000 or more in grants or contributions)

Consulting resources are starred.

Organizations ($250 annual contribution)

  • Canadian Index of Wellbeing
  • Capital Region Collaborative
  • Center for Social Research
  • Children's Health
  • CNY Community Foundation
  • CSO Network Japan
  • Delaware Community Foundation
  • Delaware Division of Libraries
  • Econsult Solutions
  • Institute for People Place and Possibility (IP3) / Community Commons
  • Lake Maggiore Shores Initiative
  • Making Action Possible (MAP) Dashboard
  • Mid-merica Regional Council (MARC)
  • Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce
  • NeighborWorks America
  • PolicyLink
  • Seabrooks, Inc
  • The Center for Community Solutions
  • The Children's Trust
  • The Urban Institute
  • Thriving Cities
  • Travis County HHS & VS
  • Truckee Meadows Tomorrow
  • UNC Charlotte Urban Institute
  • Wilder Research

Individuals ($75 annual contribution)

Organizational affiliation is listed for indentification purposes only. Individuals marked with an asterisk are supporting individual members, contributing $150/year.

  • Eliot Allen, Criterion Planners
  • Tim Barr, Methodist Healthcare Ministries
  • Chris Barrington-Leigh, McGill University
  • Susan K. Blood, NW Hennepin Human Services Council
  • Dana Booker, Tex Protects
  • Stephen Borders, Grand Valley State University 
  • Glenn Brown, Children's Board of Hillsborough County
  • Charlie Bryan, Lawrence-Douglas County Health Department
  • Jill Coghlan, Independant Consultant
  • Cliff Cook, City of Cambridge, Massachusettts
  • Leslie Cooksy, Sierra Heath Foundation 
  • Elizabeth A. Delaney, Johnson Center for Philanthropy
  • Sandra Dunning, Grants & Evaluation Consulting, LLC
  • Jim Dwyer, Children's Services Council St Lucie Co.
  • Naomi Englar, Tulane Prevention Research Center
  • Paul Epstein, Results That Matter Team, Epstein & Fass Assoc.
  • Brittany Fitz-Chapman, Prosper Waco
  • Melissa Galusky, RGK Center for Philantrophy and Community Service
  • Scott Gaul, Hartford Foundation for Public Giving
  • Laurie Gravelines, GNWT
  • Janice Hamilton Outtz, The Annie E. Casey Foundation
  • Krista Hanni, Monterey Health Department
  • Adam Harper, Achieve Brown County
  • Margo Hilbrecht, University of Waterloo
  • Dawn Hommer, Community Action Agency of Southern New Mexico
  • Carolyn Hribar, Oakland County Health Division
  • Beth Jarosz, Population Reference Bureau
  • Ann M. Johnson, ACT Rochester
  • Catrin Johnson, City of Marion, Australia
  • Margo Johnson, Aunt Bertha
  • Patrick Jones, EWU-College of Business and Public Administration
  • Tanisha Jumper, City of Tacoma
  • Lynn A. Kennedy, One Voice for Volusia
  • Lester King, Rice University
  • Mary Klos, Achieve Brown County
  • Vicki Lancaster, Biocomplexity Institute of Virginia Tech
  • Andrea Larson, City of Minneapolis
  • Kien Lee, Community Science
  • Tessa LeSage, Southwest Florida Community Foundation
  • Douglas Lyon, Lyon Software
  • Jessica Margolin, Margolin Consulting
  • James Masters, Center for Community Futures
  • Makino Matsuyo, University of Hyogo
  • Melanie McDermott, Sustainable Institute, TCNJ
  • Roger McElrath, BSR
  • Carrie McLachlan, Snohomish Health District
  • Sandra Noel, Niagra Region Children's Services
  • Laura OConnell, Westside Community Alliance
  • Isabel Teresa Orozco, Pittsburg Today
  • Erik Pages, Entreworks Consulting
  • Kari Parsons, Parsons Consulting, Inc.
  • Sharon Peterson, Wake County
  • Jeff Pinkerton, Mid America Regional Council
  • Nathaniel Porter, Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health
  • Dan Price, University of Houston
  • Daniel Quigg, Public Insight Corporation
  • Michelle Ramirez, Gulf Coast Workforce Board
  • Chantal Roberts, The Food Trust
  • Kirin Rupani, Texas Health Resources
  • Christa Rust, Reclay StewardEdge
  • Laurelyn Sandkamp, City of Minneapolis
  • Shao-Chee Sim, Episcopal Health Foundation
  • M. Joseph Sirgy, Virginia Tech
  • Becky Slayton, Spartanburg Community Indicators Project
  • Nancy Smith, MAP Dashboard Project
  • Randall Solomon, The College of New Jersey
  • Burr Stewart, BURRST
  • Julianna Stuart, Stewards of Affordable Housing for the Future
  • Joss Stubblefield, WVA
  • Charles Thrift, IISD
  • Anne Whitlock, Connect Community
  • Timothy Wilmot, 303 Pearl Parkway
  • Lyle Wray, CRCOG
  • Tracy Wyman, MSU: Gulf Coast Community Design Studio

 

 

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