InSites, a Colorado-based nonprofit organization, promotes learning, growth, and change through inquiry and collaboration. We help people build relationships, and change social systems based on results, values, and attention to a desired and sustainable, fair future for all.
We help people build relationships, and change social systems based on results, values, and attention to a desired and sustainable, fair future.
We work primarily in the fields of education, social services, health, community development, and environment. We help service providers, administrators, policymakers, community leaders, and change agents make decisions based on results, values, and attention to a desired future. We conduct evaluations and research projects. We provide resource materials; facilitate communities of practice and networks to build systems-oriented inquiry practices; provide individual consultations; make presentations for large and small groups; and lead seminars. InSites has a small staff and carries out its work through strategic engagement with consultants, networks, and partner organizations.
InSites has helped many local, state, regional, and national foundations, nonprofits, schools, colleges, universities, private businesses, and community groups strengthen their programs, policies, and practices to achieve greater results.
InSites provides consultation on evaluation and other inquiry, learning, and change approaches; builds learning networks and communities of practice; and provides resource materials that draw on multiple systems theories.
InSites enriches clients’ inquiry, learning, and change. We
InSites makes use of its extensive theoretical, yet deeply practical, understanding of evaluation and its link to supporting social, environmental, and economic well-being. InSites uses its expertise related to: