Georgia O'Keeffe Museum's

"A New Way of Seeing: Building Capacity Through

the Lens of Inclusivity"

IMLS-funded DEAI (diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion) capacity building project


Please Provide Your Ideas and Feedback!

Thank you for visiting this page, dedicated to all things evaluation for this project. I am so grateful to serve as your external evaluator for this important work at the GOKM.


My primary focus is measuring ongoing progress toward project goals throughout the IMLS grant period. (For more on the goals and desired outcomes for this project, check out the Logic Model section below.) 


One way to measure how the project is going in near-real-time is through gathering your feedback, impressions, and ideas as we go. I'd love to know how you feel the project is going from your unique perspective.


You can use this online feedback form to reflect on how things are going, share successes and/or challenges, offer compliments and/or concerns, or offer suggestions at any time. You can decide to share this feedback anonymously or attach your name.


Feel free to use the online feedback form here, at any time. 

You can also always email me directly at

Many thanks, 

Kate Livingston

Principal, ExposeYourMuseum LLC

Logic Model

Please find, below, the final draft of the logic model for the IMLS-funded project: "A New Way of Seeing: Building Capacity Through the Lens of Inclusivity." This project supports staff, board, volunteer, and docent DEAI (diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion) capacity building.

The logic model is a way to capture the goals and desired outcomes of this project. It will also inform the upcoming equity audit, workshops and training, and public programs. Additionally, it will serve as a framework for ongoing project evaluation.

A big thank you to everyone who participated in one of the logic model workshops or drop-in sessions. So many useful additions to the outputs and outcomes were contributed in those sessions. Every attempt has been made to include the input provided by board and staff members, while also combining similar ideas into themes so that the logic model remains on one page and captures the overall essence of key project goals. If you feel your individual contributions are not represented in the logic model, please contact me at


The logic model is available as downloadable PDF; there is also a downloadable MS Word version.

If you are interested in reviewing the slides from the Logic Model workshop, they are available as a PDF here. (Note, these are the abbreviated slides used in the staff drop-in sessions, January 2021.)

Thank you again for your input and ideas!