Angela Randall


Angela Randall

Senior Research and Evaluation Analyst

Angela holds a Master of Public Health from the University of British Columbia as well as a Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours), majoring in biomedical sciences, from the University of Calgary. In 2017, Angela won the Canadian Evaluation Society’s annual case competition with her UBC team.

Angela’s previous public health research has focused on early child development, nutrition, allergies, and maternal and immigrant health. Also, having worked in the non-profit sector for several years, she is passionate about working with vulnerable populations and addressing health and social inequalities. Angela is currently working on several evaluations that include Patient Medical Home initiatives and Primary Care Networks across the province. Angela also supports the evaluation of mental health initiatives such as work relating to Cognitive Behavioural Skills Therapy and mental health promotion among francophone youth in BC. Prior to joining our team, Angela worked as student Research Assistant at the Human Early Learning Partnership (UBC) where she gained experience conducting community research, and developing survey and evaluation tools.

Outside of her research interests, Angela enjoys playing soccer, doing yoga, and exploring the beautiful city of Vancouver.