Dynamic, Collaborative and Influential
The purpose of the ASNNA Evaluation Committee is to advance evaluation practice that aligns with the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework; distill learning to strengthen SNAP-Ed programs; and disseminate evaluation findings that advance methods, support practitioners, and contribute to advocacy efforts.
The committee develops an annual workplan that aligns with the key components of its purpose. Teams led by committee members establish annual objectives and work products then meet regularly to accomplish their goals. Progress on the workplan is reported to the full committee during monthly meetings. Ad hoc teams of diverse members are also pulled together as needed to provide an evaluative perspective for emerging issues, ensuring that the committee is dynamic, collaborative, and influential.
Ethical Storytelling & Asset-Framing: A Toolkit for Centering Equity when Communicating Programmatic Success
Toolkit prepared by the Evaluation and Reporting Subcommittee of the National Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators
(ASNNA) Evaluation Committee Representing SNAP-Ed Agencies.
ASNNA Map of Maps
The GIS subcommittee consolidated contemporary maps and dashboards from State and Implementing Agencies, culminating in a comprehensive “map of maps” for broader dissemination.
Guide to Coordination and Collaboration
Guide to Coordination and Collaboration: Among the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) and Other Federal Programs
First Analysis of Nationwide Trends in the Use of the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework
Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, Volume 55, Issue 3, Pages 235-244
July 11, 2022
SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework 2.0 Workshop: Keeping the Framework on the Leading Edge
24 ASNNA leaders of each Committee, Evaluation Committee team leaders, Evaluation Committee members who were involved in the development of the Framework, and FNS representatives were invited to the workshop.
December 11, 2021
The SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework – Nationwide Uptake and Implications for Nutrition Education Practice, Policy, and Research
Research Brief by Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (JNEB)
Recommendations for Implementing the Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Grant Program (SNAP-Ed) Provisions of the 2018 Farm Bill
The Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators (ASNNA) extends its appreciation to leaders from 21 states who participated in a workshop on implementing provisions of the SNAP Nutrition Education and Obesity Prevention Services Grant Program (SNAP-Ed) in the 2018 Farm Bill. The convening was held on February 3, 2020, in Alexandria, Virginia.
“The SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework: demonstrating the impact of a national framework for obesity prevention in low-income populations”
From the Translational Behavioral Medicine, Volume 9, Issue 5, October 2019.