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With 15 years of experience facilitating strategic planning, research, and evaluation projects in the social sector, Nicole has dedicated her career to developing evidence-informed strategies and solutions that create lasting social impact. Nicole is passionate about facilitating robust, comprehensive research and then translating the data into actionable recommendations that serve to enhance communities.
Nicole holds a B.A. Honours in History, a post-graduate degree in Training and Organizational Development, and completed a Master’s degree in business. Nicole also taught strategic planning at Western Continuing Studies in the nonprofit management program for many years.
Nicole understands that a strategically executed evaluation and strategic planning process generates the evidence organizations need to make informed practice decisions, create lasting community change, and share their story of impact.
Further, Nicole has extensive experience facilitating large-scale evaluation projects for nonprofits, charities, and municipal, provincial, and federal levels of government.
Nicole believes it is a privilege to be invited to partner with communities to create solutions to complex social issues through evaluation and planning. It is with a deep sense of responsibility that she approaches each project.
Collective Impact, Constructive Engagement, Developmental Evaluation, Explore and Experiment
Thames Valley District School Board, The Child and Youth Network, Rural Youth Homelessness Committee of Wellington County, Direct Your Life, Muslim Resource Centre for Social Support and Integration
The City of London, The City of Hamilton, Unity Project for Relief of Homelessness, Big Brothers Big Sisters of London, The Salvation Army Centre of Hope, Hutton House, Pathways Skill Development Centre, Regional HIV/AIDS Connection, Habitat For Humanity Heartland, United Way of Elgin Middlesex, London For All, Partners For Planning Network, City of Stratford, Community Futures Oxford, Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada