Online Training and Webinars

Using Technology to Improve Diversity and Inclusion in Evaluation
Mark your calendars! We are excited to announce this year’s second webinar offered by Nansy Jean-Baptiste of the Office of Audit and Evaluation of the Public Health Agency of Canada / Health Canada.

Thursday, February 17, 2022 from 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

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Abstract: This presentation will focus on how advances in technology can help evaluators better reach and more accurately reflect the experiences of groups that have traditionally been marginalized. New technologies allow evaluators to add tools in their repertoire and may benefit a wide range of populations. Examples of new technologies and how they were employed in various evaluations will be presented. In terms of reaching audiences, newer technologies remove common barriers such a region, housing situation, low literacy, etc. They also provide different types of data (e.g. photos, videos, hashtags, etc.). Finally, examples of methods for accurately representing complex program stories will also be presented. This includes coverage of data analytics to capture intersectionality, interactive data displays to support decision-making and other data visualization techniques.

About the Presenter:
Nansy Jean-Baptiste is a bilingual evaluator who currently works as a senior analyst in the Performance Measurement Planning and Integration in the Office of Audit and Evaluation at HC/PHAC. In her current role, she works closely with program to conduct Evaluation Readiness Assessments. These support programs in ensuring that useful and quality data will be available for future evaluations. She is also involved in OAE’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Before joining the government in 2019, she gained over 15 years of program evaluation experience in the private sector. During this time, she worked on more than 100 evaluations with federal and provincial governments and NGOs, with a focus on quantitative data. She holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Social Psychology from MUN. In her work, she aims to provide programs with inclusive, valid and useful evaluations that accurately reflect the complexity in which programs operate.

Language of Presentation: English
Registration is free for CES-NCC members, as well as for students.

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