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I currently specialize in research and evaluation at Catalyst R&D. We have offices in Kelowna, BC and Edmonton, AB. I have worked for 10 years with refugee-serving organizations ans assisted with multiple external evaluations. 

Co-Principal & Senior Researcher,

Catalyst R&D

Eugene Krupa

I offer extensive experience in evaluation in both the immigrant and refugee-serving and international development sectors, including participatory evaluation and capacity-building in evaluative thinking. 

Evaluation Consultant

Connect Local & Global, Inc.

 

Zulfira Pulotova

I currently work at the University of Waterloo. I offer 20 years of experience supporting community-based organizations to evaluations, strategic planning, facilitated planning and needs assessments using participatory methods.

Director, Strategic Planning and Evaluation, University of 

Waterloo

 

Daniela Seskar-Hencic

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Things to consider...

Ask yourself how much support and guidance you need?

One conversation? A few days? For the entire project?

What is your CAPACITY?

Do you have the funds to hire a mentor, or are you limited to those volunteering their time? 

Is the mentor's previous experience relevant to your proposed evaluation?

Take a look at this helpful checklist for more tips on working with external researchers!

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I’m a social worker and independent program evaluator based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia. I’ve been doing evaluations with community organizations and governments for over ten years. I love working with groups to help them become clearer about the purpose of their program(s), how they will achieve success, and helping them monitor and evaluate progress and learning.

Evaluation Consultant

 

Lisa Jacobs

Delaine Tiniakos-Doran is a facilitator and community worker, with years of experience in community based development organizations. She has a Master’s in Community Planning and a background in Mental Health and Trauma-Informed Care work. She brings both these lenses to her evaluation work.

Volunteer Program Coordinator, Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)

 

 

Delaine
Tiniakos-Doran

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