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The Canadian Evaluation Society – Ontario Chapter is pleased to host a Membership Networking Event. You are invited to join Evaluators for complimentary appetizers and an opportunity to engage in good conversation with seasoned and emerging evaluators. This is an open event; you do not need to be a CES Member to attend!
This event has a special focus on the Credentialed Evaluator (CE) designation. It will include a panel discussion on the experience of applying for the CE designation, and the benefits of having the CE designation. The panel member will consist of the several Evaluators from various fields including the following:
Dr. Keiko Kuji-Shikatani, C.E., is an internal Evaluator with the Ministry of Education, infusing evaluative thinking in collaborative teams to build sector capacity for the use of evidence to inform decisions. She shares her Development Evaluation expertise widely leading interministerial collaborations, evaluation capacity building for governments both in Canada and internationally, through universities, civil societies and EvalPartners.
Yasser Ismail, MFA, C.E., is the Corporate Evaluation Consultant at the College of Nurses of Ontario. Over the last seven years, Yasser has worked as a full-time evaluation consultant within Ontario’s health system both as an external and internal evaluator. Yasser’s current focus is on using evaluative tools to facilitate evidence-informed program design and evaluation. Demonstrating evaluation value, evaluation capacity building and reflective practice are also areas of interest for Yasser.
Marika Warner, MSc., C.E., is the Director of Research and Evaluation at MLSE LaunchPad, a Sport For Development facility for youth facing barriers in downtown Toronto. Marika’s large portfolio includes program evaluation, longitudinal research and academic partnerships focusing on positive youth development and corporate social responsibility in professional sport. Marika holds a BScPT from the University of Alberta and an MSc from the University of Toronto. Prior to her current role, Marika worked as a clinician and clinical researcher at Toronto Rehab, Bloorview Research Institute, and Regent Park Community Health Centre. Marika is also a retired professional dancer and mother of one.
Dr. Cameron Norman, C.E., is a professional designer, psychologist, educator, and evaluator who works with human service organizations to organize and support innovation for wellbeing. Cameron has worked in evaluation as a practitioner, scholar, educator, and advocate for more than 20 years and was among the first cohort of professionals to receive the Credentialed Evaluator designation in Canada. He is the President of Cense Ltd. and serves on the faculty at OCAD University in the Design and Health program and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto.