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CESBC 2018 Evaluation Conference

The CESBC 2018 Evaluation Conference is being held in Vancouver, BC, on Friday, November 30. This conference is about opening up our evaluation toolboxes and sharing what we know and what we’ve learned. Every attendee should come away from the conference with something new to use in your work. This is an opportunity to share your most trusted tools, expand your toolbox, and build new connections.

Canada
30th November, 2018
Event City: 
Vancourver
Event State/Province: 
BC
Event cost: 
Paid
Event type: 
Conference

Speakers Program

OPENING WELCOME

Elder Roberta Price

Elder Roberta Price, from the Snuneymuxw and Cowichan First Nations, will lead us with the opening welcome. Roberta is the mother of four children and grandmother to eight beloved grandchildren. She is an Elder Advisor and research partner with many organizations and projects throughout our communities, including Vancouver Coastal Health, the UBC Learning Exchange and UBC School of Nursing, the National Indigenous Council on Diabetes, the Evaluation for Social Change and Transformational Learning certificate at SFU, and theUrban Indigenous Health and Healing Cooperative. She was also the Elder Advisor for the 2015 CES BC & Yukon and 2017 CES conferences, and we are honoured and pleased to have her join us again.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Dr. Sarah Schulman

Sarah is a Founder and Social Impact Lead of InWithForward, "a social design organization that makes human services more human". As a sociologist, Sarah is fascinated by what makes individuals, families, and policymakers tick. She’s worked with federal, regional, and local governments in 6 countries to shift how policies are made and measured. Since 2008, she's been working with social design organizations to launch award-winning social solutions, such as Burnaby-based Kudoz. She holds a Doctorate in Social Policy from Oxford University, where she was a Rhodes Scholar, and a Masters of Education from Stanford University. In 2018, she's exploring how to bring stories of people on the margins to a broader audience as a Global Journalism Fellow.