Jane Whynot

Jane Whynot is currently a 4th year Ph.D. candidate at the University of Ottawa and has been a consultant providing evaluation and performance measurement expertise to both the government and voluntary sectors for approximately two decades. She currently serves as the Past President of the Canadian Evaluation Society’s National Capital Chapter (CES-NCC), is an instructor in Carleton University’s Graduate Program in Evaluation, and has worked with Status of Women for over a decade. Jane also has a Master’s Degree in Evaluation and Assessment, and undergraduate degrees in psychology and sociology. Jane comes by her area of research, integrating gender-based analysis in the federal government’s evaluation function naturally, always having been interested in how representations of diversity are accounted for in performance stories. She has recently joined the editorial team of the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation (CJPE) having served as a reviewer for both the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, and the American Journal of Evaluation on the subjects of evaluation capacity building, and theory-based approaches, and mentoring.