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2022 CES-ON AGM & Learning Event
June 22 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pmFree
CES – Ontario is pleased to announce that the chapter’s 26th Annual General Meeting will be held online on June 22, 2022 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Why Attend the AGM?
The AGM is a great opportunity to:
– Learn more about recent chapter activities;
– Elect new board members and approve any bylaw changes;
– Participate in the annual Learning Event.
- 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM: AGM presentation, including progress on our strategic goals, our recent incorporation as a non-profit, and upcoming chapter events
- 12:30 PM – 12:40 PM: 10-minute bio break
- 12:40 PM – 2:00PM: Learning Event: Culturally responsive approaches to evaluation: Making sense of theory and practice with Dr. Jill Chouinard
We will distribute the Annual General Meeting package, including a full agenda, Annual Report, and audited financial statements, to all CES members and event attendees prior to the event.
About the Learning Event:
Join us for a discussion with Dr. Jill Chouinard on culturally responsive evaluation. The presentation will include a reflection on the roots of evaluation and how evaluation practices and theory have evolved over time. Please bring your questions and thoughts to this thought-provoking event!
About the Speaker:
Dr. Jill Anne Chouinard is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Administration. Her interdisciplinary scholarship is shaped by anthropology, cultural studies, feminism, critical theory, social geography and post modernism, all of which informs her interest in culture, and in issues of in/equity and social justice, whether here at home or more globally. Her main research areas are in culturally responsive approaches to research and evaluation, participatory research and evaluation, and evaluation and public policy. Much of her evaluation work has been conducted in culturally and socially diverse community settings, where she has extensive experience leading evaluations at the community level in the areas of education, social services, public health, and organizational learning and change. She positions evaluation as a catalyst for learning, collaboration, equity, social justice and community change.