CES - SCÉ 2019

Meet your c2019 Co-Chairs

Andrealisa Belzer

Andrealisa is a Credentialed Evaluator employed with the Atlantic Region of Indigenous Services Canada. She serves as Past Chair of the CES Diversity and Inclusion Working Group, Chair of the CES Sustainability Working Group and President of CES Nova Scotia Chapter. She also participates in the American Evaluation Association and European Evaluation Society. 

Andrealisa has practiced health and social services evaluation since 1995, in Canada and internationally.  She is committed to evaluative processes and products that enhance collective consciousness, facilitate decolonization, and enable adaptive management for mutual benefit across human and natural systems. 

Louise Adongo

Louise works in Corporate Policy at Housing Nova Scotia. A social change agent with strong leadership and collaborative capacity, she has been involved in systems approaches including design thinking through social innovation initiatives in provincial and federal public service.

Louise is a member of CES-NS as well as the provincial public service Evaluation Network. She was a member of the 2017 Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference, and has received several awards of recognition (GoverNEXT Rising Star award, Minister’s and Premier’s Awards of Excellence, and a Woman of Influence peer-recognition award from the African Canadian Woman in Public Service).

She currently sits on the CUA Board and the Steering Committee for Brilliant Labs NS. Previously, Louise volunteered on the Board of the Health Association of African Canadians and was a member of the Canadian Centre for Vaccinology’s Health Policy Translation Working Group.

Nancy Carter

Nancy is a Credential Evaluator and Director of REAL Evaluation Services at the Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation. Her first exposure to the CES annual conference was as a student volunteer tasked with evaluating the conference when it was held in Halifax in 2002. Since then she has been an active volunteer at the local and national level of CES; She is currently past president of CES Nova Scotia and is the National Representative for Nova Scotia on the CES board.

Through her work Nancy provides leadership and advice to initiate, support, catalyze and sustain evaluation initiatives while building capacity for, and strengthening the culture of, evaluation in Nova Scotia. She holds a PhD in Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management and is especially interested in the design and implementation of evaluation for collaborative and complex initiatives.