Kathleen is a lifelong learner with a passion for the nonprofit and charitable sector. She has worked in multiple program evaluation and program delivery roles, with particular expertise in the health and social services spaces. Her diverse expertise includes evaluating child and youth mental health programs as well as the development, implementation, and evaluation of peer support programming at both the Canadian Cancer Society and the Ontario Caregiver Organization. She also brings expertise from the management consulting sector, where she used her program evaluation, data analysis and stakeholder engagement skills to support research and innovation organizations across Canada.
She is thrilled to bring this diverse experience to CFC and the Community Services Recovery Fund. She believes that data can be a powerful tool to tell the story of a program’s impact and is excited to use her skills to support this important initiative. She holds a Master’s of Arts in Applied Social Psychology from the University of Guelph. In her spare time, Kathleen likes exploring new places and perspectives, and enjoys reading, traveling, and live music.