Marian Doub is nationally respected for her expertise in using high-integrity systems for monitoring and improving program results. Marian's reputation comes from her visionary work with dozens of small business development and community-based economic and asset development practitioner and intermediary agencies. Marian brings to her work more than twenty years of practical experience adapting participatory evaluation methods (now known as empowerment or capacity building evaluation) to build the knowledge and data management tools nonprofits and supporters need to succeed. She currently works extensively with the staff and members of NeighborWorks America’s Success Measures Evaluation Services and the National Association for Latino Community Asset Builders (NALCAB). She also keeps her ‘feet on the ground’ by working part time as the Knowledge Manager for the Jefferson Economic Development Institute (JEDI) and as the ongoing evaluation consultant with two NALCAB member organizations. Marian is the certified trainer for the Aspen Institute’s new and renewing microTracker subscribers. Highlights of previous work experience includes work with Friedman Associates, a nationally respected CDFI consulting firm; an affordable housing developer as Resident Services Director; and Women’s Initiative for Self-Employment as she built and maintained the best practices, integrated data management systems. Marian has a Tufts University MA in Urban and Environmental Policy and lives with her family in San Francisco.