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The ABLE Financial Empowerment Conference is a national biannual conference for all stakeholders interested in fostering financial empowerment for people who live on low incomes.
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Tuesday, May 8 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Evaluation - How do we reduce the pain and increase the gain? FILLING

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Evaluation can often feel like a necessary but unwelcome cost of our work, rather than a  process to drive new insights into client needs and better ways to meet them. Join us for an engaging dialogue on why we evaluate programs, why it’s so hard in practice, and how we can do evaluation differently. 

Moderators
avatar for Allison Meserve

Allison Meserve

Senior Manager, Research and Evaluation, Prosper Canada
Allison Meserve, Sr Manager-Research and Evaluation at Prosper Canada, is responsible for identifying key research and evaluation priorities, and leading innovative research initiatives for the financial empowerment field. She is on a continual learning journey to better understand... Read More →

Speakers
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Reuben Ford

Research Director, Social Research And Demonstration Corporation
Reuben is a research director at the Social Research and Demonstration Corporation--a non-profit research organization with a two-part mission to help policy-makers and practitioners identify policies and programs that improve the well-being of all Canadians, with a special concern... Read More →
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Steve Trites

Manager, Research and Policy, Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
Steve Trites is the Manager of Research and Policy at the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada. His work directly supports the implementation of the National Strategy for Financial Literacy. He has considerable experience conducting, leading and enabling research and policy analysis... Read More →
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Lynne Woolcott

Director of Community Response and Advocacy, West Neighbourhood House
Lynne Woolcott is the Director of Community Response and Advocacy at West Neighbourhood  House, in Toronto. She is responsible for House-wide innovation and planning, community development and relations and the Financial Empowerment and Problem-Solving program (FEPS). Her professional... Read More →


Tuesday May 8, 2018 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
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