Jenny Riley

Navigating Outcomes Director and Principal; Associate, Collaboration for Impact  
M (Development), BA (Geography & Sociology)
Jenny is a senior consultant with over 17 years’ experience in the social sector. She has worked in state and federal government departments (DEWR) and for international NGOs including Oxfam Australia, Plan International and was recently United Way Australia’s Head of Community Impact. In her last role at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Jenny further enhanced her skills in developing and implementing evaluation frameworks for a range of clients from the government, non-profit and philanthropic sectors.

With a strong focus on feedback and continuous learning, Jenny has designed numerous measurement systems for organisations and collaborations. Her work was recognised in 2014 with her learning report for United Way Australia ‘Our Journey So Far’ the runner-up in the SIMNA Evaluation awards. She also has extensive experience in facilitating program logics, theories of change, undertaking outcome harvesting, as well as results-based accountability and developmental evaluation approaches.

Jenny’s specific experience developing shared measurement systems for collaborative and collective impact based initiatives reflect her desire to leverage new technologies and methodologies – including trialling new options for real-time dashboards and SMS surveys – to better understand and use data to inform effective and adaptive decision-making. She is now recognised as a leading practitioner in Shared Measurement in Australia, and sought out for strategic advice into a range of initiatives.

Mike Honey

Associate Director, Business Intelligence
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist
With more than 25 years’ experience in Data Integration and Visualisation tools, Mike is now one of Australia’s leading specialists in Microsoft Power BI, holding certifications and partnerships with Microsoft and formerly Cognos.

Mike excels in transforming raw, complex data sets into robust, interactive and engaging dashboards and visualisation tools.

Leigh Stewart

Associate Director, Communications
GradDip (Human Rights Law), BA (Communications & English Literature)
A senior communications professional in the non-profit sector, Leigh has a track record in developing effective engagement strategies and delivering high-quality campaigns for leading social justice movements. With a breadth and depth of writing, digital and design skills, she is able to transform dense evaluation reports and analysis into visually engaging pieces to better communicate impact and connect with a range of stakeholders.

Judy Gold

PhD (Public Health), BBiomedSc (Honours)
Dr Judy Gold is an experienced programme innovator, implementer and evaluator. After completing her PhD in Public Health at the Burnet Institute and Monash University she moved to London where she worked for several not-for-profit organisations and as an independent consultant. An expert in quantitative and qualitative research, monitoring and evaluation design, programme innovation and capacity building and training, she is passionate about generation of actionable evidence to inform decision-making.

Claire Layden

GradDip (International Public Health),
BSc/BA (Anthropology, Human Genetics)

Claire has ten years’ national and international experience in analysing the contributions of people centred community development, assisting teams to learn and develop practical strategies from research and evaluation.
Claire is interested in collaborative approaches which help organisations articulate their achievements and respond to their challenges, and is particularly keen to see monitoring, evaluation and learning contribute directly to the strategic aims of organisations and their constituents.

Emma Thomas

M (Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development)
BA (International Relations & Sociology)

Emma is an experienced practitioner with over 13 years in the International Development, NGO and community sector. She has a passion for working with organisations to make better use of performance and outcome data by embedding reflection, learning and feedback loops into processes and practice. She is well versed in current program design and M&E methodology, including developing and facilitating theories of change and program logic and making use of systems thinking in her work.

Laurin Morgan

Executive Administrator
& Data Coordinator 
GradDip (Applied Corporate Governance),
BCOM (Communications & English Literature)

Laurin is a highly motivated, internationally experienced administrator with skills, experience and education, particularly related to Company Secretarial roles. Laurin has worked in New Zealand, London, South Africa and Namibia. She has proven capability working with senior company executives in environments where the ability to work within the demands of multiple cultures and management styles has been critical.

Tina Hanigan

Accounts Manager
Cert IV Training and Assessment, Cert III Micro Business Operations
Tina has 40 + years experience in business and financial services. She is an experienced accounts manager with extensive current MYOB experience as trainer and user. She is experienced ASQA compliance & AQF requirements. Over the past 10 years Tina has been a mentor and trainer for small to micro businesses across Victoria as well as a volunteer with Global Sisters mentoring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in the Northern Territory. Tina has a strong interest in the social sector, especially in the effectiveness of their work.