Elaina’s “critical friend” approach supports participants, practitioners and partners to make sense of complexity, take informed action and to seek innovate solutions. She applies her 15+ years of experience in evaluation, research, project management and communications to help children/youth, organizations and communities to thrive, both in Canada and internationally.
As an Innoweave coach, Elaina works with non-profit organizations, foundations, businesses and government agencies to:
She holds a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Currently, she is a part-time Director with the International Institute for Child Rights and Development, based in Victoria, BC.
Collective Impact, Developmental Evaluation, Explore and Experiment, Impact Measurement, Policy Engagement
Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria
3 Nations/Tahltan Nation, International Institute for Child Rights and Development (with The Counselling Foundation of Canada), School District 61 (Oaklands Elementary), Right to Play, Ministry of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation (Province of BC), Plan International, United Way of Greater Victoria, Coast Capital Savings Credit Union