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2022 CESBC Evaluation Conference #Eval2022BC

Evaluation: Access and Empowerment

Increasing the reach and impact of evaluation

October 28, 2022 ~ Vancouver Convention Centre | Sign up to the CESBC Newsletter to receive updates

We would like to thank the conference sponsors for their contribution and for their help in making the conference more accessible.

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MNP works with government and non-government agencies on the evaluation as well as measurement of programs, services, and operations, all to inform decisions about effectiveness in achieving aims; efficiency in delivery; and relevance in meeting needs. The MNP team, from coast to coast and in Northern Canada, includes credentialed evaluators along with strategy, data analytic, research, engagement, and organizational specialists.  Added to this are our Indigenous, public sector and industry niche experts.  Taken together, you will have the confidence that MNP can bring to light the strengths, challenges and opportunities that lend to meaningful advice on design, delivery, and results.

Ference & Company is one of the largest and oldest consulting firms in Canada specializing in program evaluation studies.  We have conducted over 400 program evaluation studies on behalf of federal, provincial and municipal governments as well as non-profit organizations. The types of program evaluation assignments conducted include summative evaluations, process evaluations, interim evaluations, evaluation frameworks, developmental evaluations, operational reviews, and performance measurement strategies. We are based in Vancouver with over 10 staff that have master degrees in a variety of areas including public policy, health administration, economics and business administration. Several of our staff have a Credential Evaluator designation.

Michael Smith Health Research BC (Health Research BC) is British Columbia’s health research agency. Our purpose is to strengthen BC’s health research system by supporting the people, institutions and activities that generate and use research-based knowledge to promote, restore and maintain the health of British Columbians. At Health Research BC, we actively nurture a culture of evaluation and learning because we believe health-related decision-making should be informed by high quality data. To this end, our Evaluation & Impact Analysis team monitors and evaluates the organization’s programs, practices, initiatives and partnerships to support improvement. The team also assists with analyses and research projects on the organization’s impact as a health research agency.

Qatalyst is a mission-driven organization. We exist to create meaningful change by supporting our clients in their pursuit to make society and our communities better for everyone.  We specialize in developing program strategies and improving program design, execution, tracking & reporting. We provide a full range of integrated services. We match our in-house staff with a network of more than 200 functional, sectoral, and programming experts to meet our clients’ needs. We also made significant investments in developing and adopting new technologies and tools to improve the efficiency of our services. 

The Mission of HCA is to provide the best services combined with the best research and advice in planning and evaluation to clients. HCA is committed to supporting organizations and communities to define, plan for and achieve their own vision of successful programming. Our consultants are Credentialed Evaluators who specialize in Monitoring and Evaluation, Strategic Planning, Results Based Management, and Professional Development and Training. Since its inception in 1997, HCA has conducted over 200 program evaluations, research reports, strategic plans, and related projects across Canada and internationally. For more information, please visit us at: 

Call for Sponsors

In line with the conference's title of increasing access to evaluation, we intend to use the funds gathered through the sponsorship to provide bursaries and travel grants to students, emerging evaluators, and members of under-represented groups. Your sponsorship will improve access to the conference while providing you with exposure to the evaluation community at its gathering space. Also, Gold and Platinum sponsors get complementary conference registrations!

Call for sponsors is open until July 15th, 2022.

For more information, please review the conference sponsorship prospectus in the link below. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us


Click Here to Download the Sponsorship Prospectus.

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