Emily is a well-rounded researcher who brings together her training in agricultural economics (focussing on efficiency analysis) with experience in a wide variety of qualitative methods developed through work in policy analysis and her evaluation practice. This combination of experience and training has made her a highly versatile and resourceful researcher.
Emily has contributed to and managed evaluations and related studies for federal and provincial government departments and agencies in a wide array of subject areas, from agriculture to space science, and economic development to official languages; and of a range of sizes and complexity. She works out of the Ottawa office, in both English and French.
Emily shows true leadership qualities in all she does. She currently sits on the Board of the National Capital Chapter of the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES), and was Chair of the chapter’s 2019 annual conference. She also works with a diverse group of youth as a unit guider with Girls Guides of Canada, and manages a team of volunteers at the Ottawa Jazz Festival.