About the TIG

Systems mirror

The Systems in Evaluation TIG (SETIG) came into a being as a result of a series of sessions on systems thinking offered during AEA’s 2002 annual meeting in Washington, DC.

 

The TIG’s focus is the use of systems thinking and systems theory as a framework for evaluation planning, design, implementation, analysis, and reporting applied across a wide range of content areas and using a diverse array of evaluation approaches, research methods, and data collection and analysis tools.

 

 

SETIG Leadership Team

We’re excited to be your leadership team for 2017. If you have any questions, feedback, suggestions, or contributions, feel free to email any one of us or use the contact page to send a general email that will be shared by the entire team.   Heather Britt, TIG Chair Senior M&E Specialist USAID/PPL/LER: Contractor/Social Solutions …

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Our History

The Systems TIG held its first planning meeting in Atlanta in 2004 (attendance: 4). We chose Patricia Rogers as our first TIG chair, Bob Williams and Jan Noga as program co-chairs, and Deb Wasserman as our go-to for communications and, eventually, our first webmaster. We had no idea what to expect as we …

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