Program evaluation

In my view, those who are best positioned to evaluate the impact and value of a program are the individuals and communities to whom the program is targeted. When developing an evaluation plan, I am able to balance my client’s need to collect information and to report back to funder(s), with a consultative approach that draws from the participation of all affected stakeholders.

My evaluation reports offer tangible and realistic recommendations to help enhance the accessibility and impact of work practices and services. Current and previous evaluation contracts include:

2018 – Action Santé Travesti(e)s et Transsexuel(le)s du Québec / Québec Trans Health Action (ASTT(e)Q) – final evaluation of the peer-based work carried out by the group between 2014-2018

2016-2022 – Alliance ETIAM (CAPAHC, PVSQ & CACTUS Montréal/ASST(e)Q) –  Development and implementation of a five-year evaluation plan for a $2 million project on HIV, HCV and STBBI education and prevention across Quebec.

2016-2022 – Émissaire – Development and implementation of a five-year evaluation plan for sexual health promotion activities with marginalized youth and adults in Montérégie.

2017-2018 – Jeunes Queer Youth – Support to the development of youth-friendly evaluation tools for this peer-based sexual health education project

2017 – Canadian AIDS Society – Evaluation of the work carried out between 2016-2017 by this national organization, including the development of the evaluation report and completion of the Annual Progress Measurement Tool (Public Health Agency of Canada).

2017 – Comité provincial de concertation en hépatite C – Evaluation of the work carried out between 2014-2017 by this Quebec-wide committee, including consultation (online survey and interviews) and development of the final evaluation report.

2017 – Portail VIH du Québec – Evaluation of the knowledge dissemination work carried out between 2012-2017 by this provincial organization, including extensive stakeholder consultation (two focus groups and 12 interviews), analysis of social media metrics, and development of the final evaluation report.

2016 – Canadian AIDS Society – Evaluation of the Forum and Annual Meeting held may 16-19 2016 in Winnipeg, including participant observation, 13 key informant interviews, revised evaluation forms and the development of an extensive evaluation report.

2016 – Canadian AIDS Society – Evaluation of the 2015-2016 national HIV Awareness Campaign carried out online and through poster advertising, including analysis of evaluation form feedback, social media metrics and qualitative data.

2012 – Alliance francophone des acteurs de santé contre le VIH (AFRAVIH) –  Online scan and evaluation of online training programs that are available within the international Francophonie on issues related to HIV.