Natasha comes to us as a trilingual evaluator (English, French and Spanish) with over a decade of public health research, project management and evaluation experience. She has largely worked in the health sector both within Canada, as well as internationally in community-based and public health settings. She brings experience with vulnerable populations and service providers where she has contributed to understanding the complexities, facilitators and barriers associated with improving health outcomes for these populations. Recent evaluations she has contributed to include: Process evaluation of the British Columbia Healthy Connections Project (Simon Fraser University in collaboration with McMaster University), longitudinal evaluation of transition services for youth with cerebral palsy, spina bifida and acquired brain injuries (Bloorview Research Institute), and the evaluation of mobile phone text messaging interventions to improve adherence to treatment and retention in care for people living with HIV/AIDS and latent tuberculosis infection (British Columbia Centre for Disease Control). Most recently we included Natasha on our team for the evaluation of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities’ Supported Employment Program.