The CES BC and Yukon Chapter, in partnership with the Institute for Public Administration of Canada, is organizing the Breakfast Club - a series of breakfast events that will showcase mini-presentations around an evaluation-related theme followed by group discussion and reflection.
This panel event will explore the theme of Facing Forward: Innovation, Action, and Reflection, from the perspective of Evaluation and Public Administration. Space is limited and pastries, coffee and tea will be served.
December 15th, 2016, 8:00 - 10:00 AM; Registration starts at 7:45 AM.
Carolyn Camman, MA in Applied Social Psychology
Carolyn Camman is an evaluation and research consultant from Vancouver, BC. Carolyn conducts program evaluation and applied research in a variety of areas, including criminal justice, mental health and addictions, health, and youth development. As an active member of CES, she co-organizes events in Vancouver for new and emerging evaluators and recently joined the CES-BCY Executive Council as member-at-large and membership secretary. Carolyn is currently sitting on the Marketing, Communication, and Sponsorship Subcommittee for the CES 2017 Conference Planning Committee.
Paul McArthur, MPH
A self-described ‘big picture thinker’, Paul has brought his passion for prevention to the field of child and youth health for many years, in roles spanning from clinical research to public policy. Paul holds a Master's in Public Health from Simon Fraser University, where his studies focused on policy and social inequities in health. He is currently the Knowledge Manager for WellAhead, an initiative of the J.W. McConnell Family Foundation with the aim of improving child and youth mental health by integrating social and emotional wellbeing into the K-12 education system.
Bronwyn McBride, MPH (candidate)
Bronwyn McBride is a Master's of Public Health candidate at Simon Fraser University and a research assistant at the Gender and Sexual Health Initiative of the BC Centre for Excellence in HIV/AIDS. Her research interests centre around health inequities faced by marginalized women, maternal and child health, sex workers' health and rights, and project monitoring and evaluation.
Beth Snow, PhD, MBA
M. Elizabeth (Beth) Snow is the Head of Program Evaluation at the Centre for Health Evaluation & Outcome Sciences (CHÉOS) in Vancouver and leads the evaluation of the Clinical & Systems Transformation Project, a joint undertaking of Vancouver Coastal Health, Provincial Health Services Authority, and Providence Health Care. She is a member of the Canadian Evaluation Society BC & Yukon Chapter Executive Council and a Credential Evaluator.