Board of Directors

 

The Board of Directors, elected at a meeting of the members on 19 June 2018, are: 

 
Paul Kishchuk, President 
Paul is a public finance economist with 25 years of applied research experience. He holds BA and MA degrees in economics and founded Vector Research, an independent economic research consultancy in 1999. Paul has completed more than 20 evaluation projects (monitoring frameworks, formative / summative evaluations) for Yukon clients in the public and not-for profit sectors. Paul is hoping to see the practice of evaluation evolve in a manner appropriate for the Yukon's small population sizes and diverse communities. 
 
Amos Westropp, Secretary and Treasurer 
Amos is a Whitehorse-based consultant (Westropp Management Consulting) who focuses on organizational improvement. He has completed a Master of Public Adminiistration and an undergraduate degree in political science and history. Amos is interested in advancing evaluation in Yukon by working toward its integration within the program management frameworks of governments at all levels in the territory.
 
Matt Jacques, National Council Representative
Matt has been a practitioner of evaluation for over twenty years, drawing from experience collected across a wide variety of public, private and not-for-profit environments. With a Ph.D. in cognitive science, he is passionate about fostering a culture of evidence-based decision-making in organizational contexts. Matt was among the first cohort of evaluators in Canada to receive the Credentialed Evaluator designation in 2011 and looks forward to promoting the awareness and practice of high quality evaluation in Yukon through our newly established Chapter.
 
Andrew MacNeil, Director at Large
Andrew is a Policy Analyst with the Department of Environment, and is currently doing evaluation work for the department. He completed a Graduate Certificate in Evaluation and Master's of Public Administration. Andrew is interested in serving on the Yukon Chapter Board to help build a culture of evaluation in the Yukon.

Vice President: currently vacant