Stephanie Garrow

Stephanie Garrow

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Stephanie Garrow is a passionate coach, facilitator and strategist who brings 20+ years of experience working with philanthropic organizations and leaders to increase their social impact. In 2012, she co-founded Garrow & Evoy, (, a consulting practice committed to supporting leaders in corporate and not-for-profit sectors adopt new ways to enhance their impact and affect large-scale social change.

With a PhD in Educational Policy from McGill University and an MEd in from Harvard University, Stephanie is well versed on a range of international and national social policy issues (gender analysis, youth engagement, community development, food security and non-formal education).

Stephanie is sought after for her ability to bring research and analysis to the table in a learning and coaching environment so that management teams connect the dots and gather insights to help their organizations manage toward and deliver greater impact and results.

Stephanie began her career as an evaluation specialist with Universalia Management Group ( where she conducted performance reviews for organizations such as Global Affairs Canada, ESDC, DFAIT, and the Aga Khan Foundation.

For the past ten years, Stephanie has worked in both French and English as a certified Innoweave coach, leading processes with complex national and international organizations. Stephanie can also help social purpose organizations interested in Impact Measurement to align to the Common Foundations for Impact Measurement. Recent clients include : L’Arche Canada, CODE, Centraide du Grande Montréal and Heritage Canada.


Areas of Expertise

Collective Impact, Developmental Evaluation, Impact and Strategic Clarity, Impact Measurement, Scaling Impact

Working Language(s)

English, French

Innoweave Clients

ACTUA (Ottawa), Accueil aux immigrants de l’est de Montréal (AIEM), Alliance carrière travail, AlterGo, L’Arche Canada, L’Association coopérative d’économie familiale (ACEF) Lévi-Rive sud, L’Association communautaire d’emprunt de Montréal (ACEM), Apathy is Boring (Youth), Cabot Square, CAPACOA (pan-Canadien), Carrefour Hochelaga, Causeway work centre (Ottawa), Centre d’écologie urbaine (Environment), Centre de la fluidité verbale de Montréal, Centre Saint-Antoine pour aînés, Communautique, Conseil des arts de Montréal, Conseil régional de prévention de l’abandon scolaire Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean (CRÉPAS), CLIPP, CODE (Ottawa), Coop Nitaskinan, COVIQ, Dawson Boys and Girls Club, École Lucien-Guilbault, L’Entremise, Dans la rue, Écomaris, Equitas, Exeko, Espace temps, La Fondation filles d’action, La Fondation Jeanne-Sauvé, Fondation Marie-Vincent, Heartwood Centre for Community Youth Engagement (Halifax), Grands frères grandes soeurs de Montréal, les Jardins de Métis, Je Passe Partout, Journal l’itinéraire, Match international (Ottawa), On Our Own (O3), Mise au jeu, Mission Bon Accueil, NDG Senior Citizens Council, La Pépinière, Phelps aide Phelps helps, Pour 3 Points, Productions feux sacrés, Projet TRIP, RAP jeunesse, Réseau1 Québec (santé), Réseau pour une alimentation durable (RAD), Réseau québécois en innovation sociale (RQIS), Revitalisation St-Pierre (RUI), RIF Manitoba, Santropol Roulant, Station familles, Wapikoni mobile, Toujours Ensemble, Transports viables, Y des femmes de Montréal

Other Clients

Centraide du grand Montréal, Centraide Centre-du-Québec, Business Families Foundation, Fondation deGaspé-Beaubien, Aquahacking (Water innovation), La Fondation de la famille Pathy, La Fondation de la famille J.W. McConnell, Fondation Gilles Carle, Fondation Lucie et André Chagnon, Fondation Mirella et Lino Saputo, Fondation nouveaux sentiers, Musés des beaux arts de Montréal, Patrimoine Canada, Projet impact collectif (PIC), Réseau francophone international LGBTQ, Société inclusive, Trust for Learning (USA)

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