Co-Founder and Co-Director, IMPACT Learning and Leading Group
Jenice Pizzuto , M.A. Educational Leadership, is co-founder of the IMPACT Learning and Leadership Group. She is a highly experienced implementation specialist, consultant, facilitator, and coach. Her expertise is supporting large and small organizations to implement innovations effectively. Jenice spent a large part of her career working with United States federally funded grants to support implementers to improve outcomes for underserved populations of students.
Jenice has a passion for contributing to the world of implementation through education, the involvement of implementers, and simplifying the science for others. She is dedicated to impacting the "implementation gap" by helping organizations move from hoping it happens to making it happen and ending the implementation gap.
She is a founding member of the Global Implementation Society (GIS), Co-Chair for the GIS Webinar Committee, and serves on the Global Implementation Society's Professional Learning and Resources Committee. She worked with Learning Forward as a Learning School's Alliance Facilitator, supporting schools nationally and internationally to implement effective professional learning systems and worked with Oregon Response to Instruction and Intervention scaling in school districts across the state of Oregon. Jenice was the founding president and past vice president of Oregon Learning Forward, and that work propelled her to focus on empowering others through high-quality adult learning.
Implementation is Relational: Effective Change Involves People Doing the Work
"Relationships are all there is." Margaret Wheatley. Join us as we explore how relationships are at the heart of promoting effective implementation in schools. Learn how the role of relationships is core to implementation design and support. This session will cover key IMPACT components that bring implementation science and implementation practice closer together.
Wednesday, May 26, 2021
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