Join MAVA on Tuesday March 15, 2016 for Evaluation Principles and Practices with Bohdanna Kinasevych.
This interactive session will engage participants in hands-on activities and discussion aimed at improving participants’ understanding of evaluation principles and practices. Building on the evaluation-related experience and knowledge of MAVA members, together we will explore:
Date: Tuesday, March 15th, 2016
Time: 8:00am – 10:30am
Location: Norwood Hotel, Tache Room
8am-8:30am – Breakfast and networking
8:30am – Greetings from MAVA
8:45am – Evaluation Principles and Practices with Bohdanna Kinasevych
Registration is required.
Registration Deadline Wednesday, March 9th, 2016, 4:00pm
$30 for MAVA members
$50 for non-members
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About the Presenter
Bohdanna Kinasevych has ten years of experience working with Manitoba community organizations supporting and enhancing their capacity to integrate evaluation into program planning and design. She is current the Director of Evaluation at Health in Common, a non-profit organization providing planning and evaluation support to government, not-for-profit agencies and communities and is the Program Planning and Evaluation Course Instructor for Volunteer Manitoba. Bohdanna holds a Master of Science in Community Health Sciences from the University of Manitoba, and is a credentialed evaluator with the Canadian Evaluation Society. She has also completed professional training in the use of Social Return on Investment techniques to monetize the social and economic value of social programs.