An interactive conversation featuring wisdom from Metis evaluators Larry Bremner and Melissa Tremblay.
How do we begin to decolonize evaluation practice? Join Larry Bremner and Melissa Tremblay on May 18 (12pm -1pm MT) for an interactive conversation featuring wisdom from Metis evaluators Larry Bremner and Melissa Tremblay. Bring an open heart, mind and your curiosity.Dr. Melissa Tremblay is a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta and was born and raised in rural Alberta. Melissa is a Registered Psychologist in the province of Alberta, and an Assistant Professor in both the School and Clinical Child Psychology Program and the Counselling Psychology Program at the University of Alberta. As the mother of three young children, Melissa is acutely aware of the need to strengthen opportunities for Indigenous children and youth to deepen understandings of their cultures and histories.
Larry is a former President of the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) Manitoba Chapter. In 2012, Larry was elected National President of CES. As Past President, he represented CES on the international stage where he was the driving force behind the creation of the global EvalPartners’ network EvalIndigenous. In 2017, Larry received the CES Service Award and in 2018 the Contribution to Evaluation in Canada Award. In 2019, he was inducted as a Fellow of the Canadian Evaluation Society (FCES), the Society’s highest honour. Larry is also co-editor of the new permanent section of the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, Roots and Relations: Celebrating Good Medicine in Indigenous Evaluation.