About this event
Evaluators know that program evaluation can contribute to good governance, informed decision making and program adjustments in support of effective action. The corporate culture and environment in which evaluation thrives or withers is contingent upon a number of things; one would be dedicated support to evaluation, while another would be policy or directives to sustain, clarify and entrench program evaluation. Across governments in Canada, while the federal level has a strong commitment, the provincial governments are not as organized (at least from a centralized body). We are introducing practitioners who have had a hand in enhancing their evaluation activities through good leadership and evaluation policies/directives.
Robert Lahey, C.E. FCES President of REL Solutions, international consultancy.
Dr. Shelley Borys C.E. FCES Chief Audit Executive and Head of Evaluation, Public Health Agency.
Deb Bain C.E. Senior Evaluation Advisor, Management Board Secretariat, Government of the Northwest Territories
Dr. Bobby Cameron C.E. Director for Agriculture and Land Strategic Policy and Evaluation for the Government of Prince Edward Island
Dr. Anouk Utzschnieder Director of Evaluation and Advisory Services at the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA).