Director of Research and Evaluation
Katherine is a graduate of Simon Fraser University with a Masters degree in Gerontology, and has a Bachelor of Physical Health and Education degree from the University of Toronto. Katherine has worked with non-profit and government organizations across the province, providing evaluation support to a variety of health-based projects. Examples include large-scale health evaluations with the Divisions of Family Practice (A GP for Me and Shared Care initiatives), as well as community-based initiatives aimed to improve health and wellness across the lifespan. Katherine enjoys developing and implementing logical evaluation plans that enable meaningful data to be collected and applied to support the operation of complex projects.
Currently living in Port Moody, Katherine is happiest near the ocean and in the mountains, especially on skis or her bike. She also spends her free time traveling, knitting and volunteering with the Alzheimer’s Society of BC.