Director, Data Management and Analysis
Planning and Evaluation Lead
Planning and Evaluation Lead
Communications and Product Development Lead
Bohdanna is a respected evaluator that has worked with community organizations for over 20 years. She has extensive experience designing and managing qualitative, quantitative and mixed-methods research and evaluation projects, with a range of stakeholders in the non-profit and public sector.
Bohdanna works with not-for-profit organizations and government to enhance capacity and integrate evaluation into program planning and design. She has completed professional training in the use of Social Return on Investment (SROI) to monetize the social and economic value of social programs.
Prior to working at Health in Common, Bohdanna served as a Research and Evaluation Coordinator at Nine Circles Community Health Centre and a Research Coordinator at the University of Manitoba. In these roles, Bohdanna planned and implemented data management systems for internal monitoring and evaluation. She holds a Master of Science in Community Health Sciences from the University of Manitoba, and is a credentialed evaluator with the Canadian Evaluation Society.
With considerable experience facilitating research and evaluation projects in the non-profit and public sector, Cassandra has a keen interest in helping community organizations document success through evaluation and planning for the future. Grounded in an ongoing commitment to social justice and equity, her ability to listen and reflect ensures that different perspectives are heard.
Prior to working at Health in Common, Cassandra worked in the Human Rights & Health Equity office at Mount Sinai Hospital developing communications materials, writing literature reviews, conducting qualitative research and analyzing hospital wide medical data. Cassandra’s work experience has also included clinical practice in social work and Research Associate with Covenant House Toronto.
Cassandra has a Masters in Social Work from Carleton University and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from University of Winnipeg.
Having worked with not-for-profit organizations in a leadership capacity for over 20 years, Cathy has experience with strategic and community planning, team building, organizational development, and service provider training. She effectively manages partnerships with policymakers, funders and decision-makers at the municipal, provincial and federal level.
With a wide-range of experience in the public sector, Cathy brings a strong analytical, problem-solving focus to clients, combined with a commitment to understanding different perspectives and needs. She is a skilled facilitator, able to engage stakeholders in a process that produces results.
Cathy’s experience managing program planning, delivery and evaluation includes over 10 years in sexual health; participating at the provincial and national level in an advisory capacity. Cathy has been on the board of the Manitoba Law Foundation and the Brandon University Board of Governors. As Chair of the Canadian Federation for Sexual Health, she led the merger of 3 national organizations into Action Canada for Sexual Rights and Health, where she serves as Chair.
Erin is an effective project manager that uses her expertise in communication to develop productive, meaningful client and stakeholder relationships. Driven by the challenge of integrating best practices and community knowledge, she has experience in stakeholder engagement, community planning and policy development. Erin conducts interviews and focus groups, analyses qualitative data and facilitates engagement.
Her work with diverse communities and organizations across Canada in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors has included leading multi-stakeholder engagements, collaborating on First Nation-led community planning initiatives, training service providers and non-profit partners in participatory research and engagement, and developing media and public education materials (print, broadcast, electronic) for general and target audiences (including youth, and low literacy users). Erin holds two Masters degrees – City Planning (University of Manitoba) and a Masters of Arts (Media Studies, Concordia University).
Sara develops communication tools, collects qualitative data and coordinates logistics. Her patience and ability to process information help ensure reports and data visualization products are accurate, intuitive and useful.
Sara manages Health in Common’s social media and communication plan; developing materials for print and web. She graduated from the University of Winnipeg in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology.