Social Impact Model
for the HMG National Center

The National Center's social impact model, shown above, provides the strategic framework for the organization over the next three to five years. The model illustrates the relationship between the social problem that the National Center aims to address and its mission and vision of success. The model also articulates the core elements and structural requirements of the HMG model and the strategies for the National Center that will guide its activities to achieve its vision. The social impact model includes a sample of indicators that the National Center will use to measure its progress toward achieving its vision, with a feedback loop that emphasizes its commitment to using data to continuously monitor the success of its strategies and make course corrections along the way.

This section highlights the foundational elements of the model that together tell a succinct story of why the National Center exists, where it intends to focus its resources, and how it defines long-term success.