Empowering Student Success: A Fireside Chat on ECM and Mental Health Services with Communities In Schools Dallas

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In today’s world, data is a crucial part of any organization’s success, and nonprofit organizations are no exception. With the help of data management systems and case management systems, nonprofit organizations can gain valuable insights into their programs and operations, which can help them make better decisions and ultimately achieve their mission and goals.

Sign up to watch an engaging and informative Fireside Chat featuring two nonprofit leaders who will share their experiences and insights on innovative approaches to serving pre-K through 12th grade students in public schools. Our panelists include Corinne Weaver, Chief Research, Data, & Analytics Officer at Communities In Schools Dallas (CIS Dallas), and Greg Rideout, ECM Business Development Manager with over 20+ years of nonprofit leadership experience, including oversight of numerous community school programs in New York City.

By watching this fireside chat, attendees can expect to learn about:

  • CIS Dallas’s innovative approach to serving students in 130 public schools spanning 14 school districts
  • How trained Site Coordinators collaborate with school personnel to identify and serve at-risk students
  • CIS Dallas’s clinical program, which provides brief individualized or group therapy services to students on campus
  • The impact of Exponent Case Management on traditional youth development and clinical programs, through its ability to streamline communication and documentation across multiple locations and programs, based on CIS Dallas’s experience with ECM implementation.
  • Insights on the return on investment (ROI) of case management and information systems in the nonprofit sector
  • How nonprofits can use technology to drive social impact, achieve their mission, and goals

This conversation offers attendees a unique opportunity to hear from nonprofit leaders who have successfully leveraged case management and information systems to achieve their mission and goals. The discussion is followed by an interactive Q&A session where attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage with the panelists.


Speakers include: 

Corinne Weaver
Corinne serves as the Chief of Research, Data, & Analytics for Communities in Schools of the Dallas Region. Within this role, she oversees data collection, compliance, and reporting and is developing a research and analytics strategy that informs and advances the implementation of the organization’s strategic plan.

Corinne holds both a B.S. and M.A. in Psychology and began her career in mental health counseling within child welfare and public education settings. As her work progressed to include program oversight and continuous improvement, she returned to school to obtain her M.Ed. in Measurement, Evaluation, Statistics, and Assessment from the University of Illinois, Chicago.

In previous roles, Corinne helped build the first Research & Evaluation department at Catholic Charities Fort Worth and grew it into a team that designed, tested, replicated, and shared gold-standard interventions. She most recently served as the Deputy Director at Bachman Lake Together where she oversaw the development and implementation of their strategic plan and integrated the functions of the team with one another.

Greg Rideout
Greg earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in elementary education from Colby College and went on to earn a master’s degree in Social Work from Washington University in St. Louis. After two years of direct services in child welfare, Greg launched what has grown into a 25-year career in nonprofit management, including the last 20 years leading youth education and workforce development programming in New York City.

Greg more recently served as Chief Program Officer for both Commonpoint Queens and Seneca Family of Agencies. He is also an Adjunct Professor at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Social Services. Greg is based in New York City, NY.

He has not only been an ECM customer but he is very familiar with the value of our products, and will provide a unique perspective on how to best expand our markets.