Evaluation 2019, the American Evaluation Association’s annual conference, is set for November 11–16, 2019, in Minneapolis, MN, where evaluators, evaluation scholars, students, and evaluation users from around the world will gather to share and learn from each other. Join Data for Impact (D4I) project experts at the conference to learn about our work and hear first-hand experiences from the field. Also stop by our Booth #43 in the exhibit hall to meet us and pick up useful materials. D4I’s associate director, Jessica Fehringer, PhD, will be among the presenters for a professional development workshop on Empowered evaluations: How to conceptualize and integrate gender and women’s empowerment in evaluations, and she will participate in a skill-building workshop, Ripple effect mapping: Learning to follow the waves. Jessica Fehringer will also lead a panel discussion for D4I, Routine Data Wants to Rule the World (of Evaluation), describing the use of routine health data in an evaluation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Erin Luben, MPH, the acting director of D4I, is the discussant and David Hotchkiss, PhD, is a presenter. Emily Weaver, PhD, will present on D4I work in Botswana during the Addressing Complexity in Health Program Evaluation with Intensive Qualitative Inquiry panel.