Henriët Hendriks

Senior Director of Evaluation and Learning, Minneapolis Foundation

Henriët Hendriks provides evaluation, learning leadership, and support for the Minneapolis Foundation’s grant programs and strategic framework. She aims to bring in new and creative evaluation approaches that center equity, community voice, and collaborative learning. Before joining the Foundation, Henriët co-directed a statewide initiative at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs to support innovative, multigenerational approaches in human services. Henriët also has extensive experience in state government, having worked as a management consultant with Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB) and a non-partisan fiscal analyst at the Minnesota House of Representatives. Henriët holds a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Minnesota and a B.A. in American Studies from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. In her free time, she enjoys cooking elaborate dinners with friends, hiking and biking with her husband and two dogs, and listening to—and occasionally making—bluegrass music.


Practicing the Equitable Evaluation Framework™

Posted on December 8, 2021 by Katy Pelissier, Kimberlee Salmond, Henriët Hendriks, Marcia Coné

As philanthropy evolves and moves to centering equity, assessment, research, learning, and evaluation strategies must also evolve. What is the Equitable Evaluation Framework (EEF) and how do we engage with the EEF? Join your colleagues in a conversation about how they are seeding and growing a field of EEF practitioners to shift the paradigm. About this Series The monthly Fundamentals… Read More