Most of my evaluation work relates to restorative justice programs in various contexts including prison, youth residential care facilities and community.
My evaluation report for the Domestic Violence Court Pilot Project is available here: https://novascotia.ca/just/documents/Final-Report%20April-2016.pdf
Current evaluation projects include:
Evaluation of the Domestic Violence Offender Navigator Program Halifax Regional Police (Principal Investigator) $5000
Evaluation of Waves of Change: Bystander Training Program Antigonish Women’s Resource Centre & Sexual Assault Services Association ($25,000)
Evaluation of Standing Together: A Provincial Plan to Prevent Domestic Violence (Principal Investigator) $250,000 from the NS Advisory Council on the Status of Women (2019-2020)
Evaluation of Campus Sexual Violence Policies and Campus Culture Change (Principal Investigator) $26,000 from NS Department of Labour and Advanced Education (2019-2020)
Domestic Violence Court Evaluation Project (Principal Investigator) $3000 Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research
In evaluation research, I aim to involve program participants, funders and staff to better understand and make meaning out of the evaluation process and results.
The slide show below illustrates how I use narrative research methods to achieve this goal.
I have completed program evaluations for the following agencies: