Sandra Sellick & Associates Consulting  - Program Evaluation, Research, & Writing
                 
 
 
 
 
Sandra Sellick, Ed.D., C.E.
Evaluation Consultant
 
Sandra brings experience and passion to her clients' projects. She is a nationally credentialed evaluator who works with directors, boards, and  staff in the public and non-profit (NPO) sectors to fulfill their program evaluation needs. Her associates include evaluation, grant-writing, and governance specialists.
 
As a member of the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES)
and the BC and Yukon Chapter Council of the Canadian Evaluation Society (CESBCY), Sandra applies the Program Evaluation Standards and CES Guidelines for Ethical Conduct in all her evaluation work.
 
Prior to establishing Sandra Sellick and Associates in 2012, Sandra served in the public education sector for 35 years, primarily in the role of a school and district principal responsible for the evaluation of programs, resources, and performance. Her strong background in literacy education included leadership roles in the Central Interior Council of the International Reading Association. She also served as a zone leader for the BC Network of Performance-based Schools, now the Networks of Inquiry and Innovation (NOII). In 2007, The Learning Partnership in Toronto recognized Sandra as one of Canada's Outstanding Principals.
 
Sandra has taught, coached, and evaluated the work of graduate students in the School of Leadership at Royal Roads University and in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia (Okanagan). She has also been a CSML program mentor for the University of Victoria. Sandra has given back to the evaluation community in a variety of roles including by coordinating PD and networking events, co-chairing the 2010 National CES Conference in Victoria, serving as co-coordinator of volunteers for the 2014 National Conference in Ottawa, and as co-chair of the program committee for the 2017 National Conference in Vancouver. She is currently on the CES BC and Yukon Chapter Council and the National Board of the Canadian Evaluation Society as well as serving as a volunteer for several other community-based NPOs in Canada and the USA.
 
 
 
























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