Liz has nine years of evaluation experience and is a Credentialed Evaluator recognized by the Canadian Evaluation Society. She has contributed to over 40 program evaluations, including evaluation for non-profits and provincial and federal government. She thrives on helping purpose-driven organizations understand the difference they make.
Liz’s experience spans industries and topics, including arts and culture, education and skills, employment, and health. She has consulted for various organizations in the arts and culture sector, including the Canada Council for the Arts, Department of Canadian Heritage, and community-based arts organizations. In her former role at The Conference Board of Canada, Liz authored reports that profiled innovative practices in higher education and was involved in a multi-year research and engagement initiative to advise reforms in Canadian higher education.
In addition to evaluation, Liz brings a strong and varied research background which has included public policy analysis, public opinion 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.
- Evaluation design
- Qualitative research techniques
- Data collection for large scale evaluations
- Reporting evaluation findings and providing actionable recommendations
Areas of focus
- Health communication and campaigns
- Employment and skills
- Arts-based programming