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Micheal Heimlick

Pākeha from Treaty 6 Territory and homeland of the Métis (North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Programme Evaluator and Impact Manager

About Micheal

Micheal Heimlick is a fourth-generation settler born in Treaty 6 Territory and homeland of the Métis (North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada). As far as he knows, his family fled Soviet persecution in the Ukraine shortly before the second world war and eventually settled in Canada in the early 20th century on a farm near Rose Valley. Micheal moved to Saskatoon at the age of 18 to pursue post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan.

During his master’s degree program in Applied Social Psychology, he found a passion for working in the program evaluation field – so much so that he embraced that passion and turned it into a full-time career after finishing his degree. Starting in 2017, Micheal has helped lead over 75 short and multi-year program evaluations and has designed evaluation frameworks in both community and academic settings. These evaluations have helped organisations to understand the impact their work is having in communities and has assisted in applying for additional funding to continue the work that they do.

Micheal is recognised by the Canadian Evaluation Society as a Credentialed Evaluator, is currently the sitting president of the CES Saskatchewan chapter, and the Co-chair of the CESEF Student Case Competition. Micheal, his wife Janelle, and daughter Drew moved to Aotearoa in 2022 from Canada to join the TTW team and we are so pleased to have him here.

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