Clare is experienced in research and evaluation, strategic and action planning, project management, program and policy development, and facilitation and training. Clare has excellent research skills and has a good understanding of how to find and use a wide range of diverse data when carrying out research. She has worked with both qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis, ranging from literature reviews, to one-on-one interviews, to large economic data sets. Clare has participated in program and policy development in a number of fields, including health, economics, education, and environmental policy, and has worked with diverse groups of stakeholders (including the private, public and non-profit sectors) on these issues. Clare is also an experienced project manager, and is comfortable managing all aspects of a project, including planning, budgeting, communications, and relationship-building. Clare has very strong communication skills and experience writing in a variety of formats, including academic research, public communications materials, and policy and briefing documents. Clare has worked in bilingual environments and can provide services in both English and French. Clare has a B.A. (Double Honours) in Economics and History from the University of Manitoba and an M.A. in International Affairs with a focus on health and development from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University.