Regina is recognised as one of Australia’s leading developmental evaluation practitioners, with deep experience developing shared measurement systems for collective impact and collaborative initiatives. In recent years, Regina has consulted to and worked with a number of collective impact and collaborative initiatives to establish and embed developmental evaluation and shared measurement systems to enrich and support the collaborations work.
Regina is has worked as a consultant for over fifteen years having been employed as a commercial consultant with a leading global consulting firm, AT Kearney, for four (4) years before setting up her own consulting practice in 2004 and co-founding Effective Philanthropy in 2006.
Regina works exclusively in the philanthropic, not for profit and government sectors. She specialises in providing support at a board and executive management level in relation to organisational strategy, operational and financial planning and sustainability, organisational structure, process (re)design, capability development and policy and program design, implementation and evaluation.
Regina has extensive experience in both process and outcome based evaluation. She has strong qualitative and quantitative analysis skills and has experience applying a broad range of evaluation techniques including developmental evaluation approaches as well as a range of social return on investment assessment methods. She has a special interest in working with place-based and collaborative initiatives to support their activity through the development and implementation of learning and evaluation systems and is recognised as a leading developmental evaluation practitioner in Australia.