[00:01:10] Rob tells us about himself, his career, and what he does at FINOS.
[00:03:34] Rob talks about the culture and the environment that he built this tool in FINOS.
[00:12:38] Rob tells us about being blessed in his career with some great mentors, and he shares a story about one.
[00:16:34] We learn from Rob about the “tool” which is their board reporting and program health check. It is a rubric in order to present a set of criteria.
[00:21:44] Venia summarizes the rubric.
[00:23:21] Rob explains the philosophy behind selecting the metrics they did.
[00:28:18] We find out what some of the metrics are which Rob calls “dimensions” and he explains each of these dimensions in detail.
[00:34:58] Venia tells us to go to podcast.chaoss.community-Episode 11, if you’re looking to get involved in diversity and inclusion, which is a really great place to start.
[00:37:38] Rob tells us about some big highlight metrics that he’s excited about.
[00:46:35] We learn what the first step is toward community leaders implementing and adopting this tool in their own community
[00:50:32] QIA process is mentioned by Venia.
Value Adds (Picks) of the week
- [00:51:48] Rob’s pick is VOTE and wear a mask.
- [00:52:12] Venia’s pick is donate and contribute, especially to the people who are working on the front lines.
CHAOSS Project Twitter
Rob Underwood Twitter
AVC-FINOS (interesting last paragraph about diversity)
FINOS Board Reporting and Program Health Checks (this is the tool for the projects)
Girls who code
Black girls code
CHAOSScast Podcast-Episode 11: Diversity & Inclusion with Emma Irwin