Impact Measurement Management 101

Impact Measurement Management 101

Impact Measurement Management 101

Webinars + Impact Coaching + Cloud-Based Impact Management Platform

Every business can be a force for good. Doing good is one thing, being able to show it is another. If you are looking for better ways to tell and account for the social or environmental good you do, look no further.

Impact Measurement & Management Made Simple!

Join our Harvest Impact IMM 101 Modular Course, offered FREE of charge to the Harvest Impact Cultivator Loan participants.

April 28th (12:00 pm – 1:00 pm)

Helina Lam will introduce Impact management and dive into the fundamentals to help you get started with impact measurement.

May 5th (12:00 pm – 1:30 pm)

Garth Yule will introduce the essential practices of the Common Approach to Impact Measurement: (1) plan your change, (2) use performance measures, (3) collect useful information, (4) gauge your impact, and (5) report on results. This webinar focuses on how to clarify your information needs, and your key audiences’ information needs so that no effort is wasted collecting data nobody needs.

May 12th (12:00pm – 1:30 pm)

Garth Yule will give examples and guidance on how to design an “impact snapshot”.

He will also share with you how to develop ways to collect, use information to gather evidence, increase the credibility of your findings, and share valuable insights about the difference you make. 

May 19th (12:00pm – 1:30 pm)

Anshula Chowdhury will give a live demonstation of SAMETRICA’s cloud-based impact measurement platform. It will help you translate your organization’s impact strategy into actionable impact management, create your own impact dashboard and generate your impact report to share with your customers, supply-chain partners, investors, funders, etc.

1:1 Coaching

Note: Only participants, who completed all three webinars of IMM 101 will be eligible for our One-to-One Impact Coaching service as well as a one-year complimentary subscription to Sametrica’s cloud-based on-demand impact management tool. 

Helina Lam

Development Lead

Helina Lam joined the team at 10C as the Harvest Impact Development Lead in November 2019. The Harvest Impact project is part of Our Food Future initiative from Guelph and Wellington County for their Smart Cities vision: Our Food Future, Canada’s first circular food economy. As the Harve$t Impact Development Lead at 10C, she is working to develop social financing products and services that contribute to a circular food economy and drive businesses towards a regenerative and equitable food system.

Helina holds a BA in Comparative Literature and an MSc in Environmental Management from the University of Hong Kong. She has dedicated her career to making a difference through working on corporate sustainability, social enterprise and international development. Prior to joining 10C, Helina worked in Philanthropy Asia-Pacific at Bloomberg LP promoting financial literacy and women in tech. She was also the Director of Business Development at All Solar Lights Ltd., bringing off-grid solar lighting solutions to underserved communities in Africa and Asia-Pacific region through women-led last-mile business partners. Besides her private-sector experience, Helina has also worked for the United Nations,  managing a USD $3.2M project for the Trade, Investment and Innovation Division of UNESCAP.  She also managed the UN Global Compact Asia-Pacific Regional Hub and worked at the Private Sector Resource Mobilization Unit of the World Food Programme (WFP); helping raise a total of USD $6.6M for disaster relief efforts, girls education and food security.

Garth Yule

Managing Director, Junxion Strategy and co-Founder Demonstrating Value Resource Society

Garth is Managing Director at Junxion Strategy, an international consultancy that provides a range of impact strategy and communications for social purpose organizations. Junxion is a B Corp ‘Best for the World’ honoree, and a member of Social Venture Circle and the Wellbeing Economy Alliance. 

In 2013, Garth co-founded the Demonstrating Value Resource Society, a Canadian non-profit dedicated to sharing practical impact evaluation and reporting tools and resources. 

Garth previously led the evaluation program for Vancity Community Foundation, and has taught Social Entrepreneurship at the Sauder School of Business, at the University of British Columbia. He holds a BA in Communication and a Certificate in Community Economic Development from Simon Fraser University, and an MBA in Strategic Management from the Sauder School of Business. (see for more)

Demonstrating Value Resource Society is a non-profit with roots in the social enterprise community in BC. It helps organizations make impact measurement a vital piece of their day-to-day operations by taking on an appropriate and manageable amount of work according to their capacity and systems, and the information needs of their most important audiences. See (

Anshula Chowdhury

CEO and Founder, SAMETRICA

CEO and Founder of SAMETRICA with expertise in impact measurement and reporting. Anshula is a recognized expert in impact measurement and reporting in Canada with 10+ years of experience in non-profit, private, and public sectors. She is a founding board member of Social Value Canada, the body for regulating and accrediting impact reports and practitioners in the country. 

She also co-founded the Young Social Entrepreneurs of Canada and helped the organization scale to over 1,000 network members. Anshula has also sat on the Province of Ontario’s Impact Measurement Task Force, which convened leaders in impact reporting to create an impact reporting standard. This includes senior executives from Ontario Trillium Foundation, RBC, MaRS, and KPMG.

Anshula studied Economics at the University of Toronto’s Trinity College, in addition to completing training for Social Return on Investment through Social Value International.

Socially Financing Our Future

Our Food Future

A Smart Cities Circular Food Economy Project​

Inspired by the planet’s natural cycles, a circular food economy reorganizes and regenerates the systems that feed us, eliminating waste, replenishing our ecological systems, sharing economic prosperity, and nourishing our communities. In Guelph-Wellington, we are working to build a circular food economy that will achieve a 50% increase in access to affordable nutritious food, 50 new circular economy businesses and collaborations and a 50% increase in circular economic revenue by recognizing the value of waste.

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