Case Competition Winners, Team Bridge2Action, Canadian Evaluation Society, Student Evaluation Case Competition (2019)
North American Champions - Team Bridge2Action, World Evaluation Case Competition (2019)
Stephanie supports our research team by providing expertise in child and maternal health, health policy, program planning and evaluation, quantitative and qualitative research, and technical report writing.
Having worked on a variety of topics pertaining to public health, Stephanie has gained both experience with evidence-based best practices and particular skill in applying a social determinants of health lens to a wide range of projects.
In her past work as a graduate teaching assistant, Stephanie facilitated weekly tutorial sessions for Health Sciences undergraduate students, developed teaching materials to assist and support students’ understanding of course material, and provided individual mentorship to students who required additional support. As a graduate practicum student, Stephanie evaluated several ongoing projects with the Prevention and Primary Care Team, developed and disseminated online surveys, conducted key information interviews, and assisted in the preparation of several evaluation reports. She has also conducted research for a comprehensive inventory of operational child care facilities in a B.C. municipality, assisting in the analysis of the qualitative data from key informant interviews, community forums, and round tables, and contributing to the overall findings and development of the final action plan.
Stephanie holds a BSc in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry and a Master of Public Health from Simon Fraser University.