Liz has more than a decade of experience working in evaluation and applied research. She has been a Credentialed Evaluator with the Canadian Evaluation Society since 2018 and she leads and contributes to evaluation projects, particularly projects related to health care, arts and culture, and workforce development. She thrives on helping purpose-driven organizations understand the difference they make.
Liz’s background in communications shapes her approach to evaluation. She melds her knowledge of research, evaluation, communication, and knowledge translation to broker better relationships across organizations. Her experience collaborating with marketing, communications, and web development teams has provided her with the technical knowledge to develop actionable, strategic recommendations that can be taken up by stakeholders.
In addition to evaluation, Liz brings a strong and varied research background which has included public opinion research, organizational research, and communications. Outside of her evaluation work, Liz is a volunteer director, actor, marketer/publicist, and backstage hand for community theatre and storytelling events. She is also serves as a volunteer director with a patient-led organization supporting research and education in aortic diseases.
- Evaluation design
- Qualitative research
- Data collection for large scale evaluations
- Reporting evaluation findings and providing actionable recommendations
Areas of focus
- Health programming
- Communication, design, and marketing
- Arts-based programming