Program Development & Evaluation
Develop Skills and Tools for Social Impact
- Connect ongoing program development with evaluation tools and strategies
- Create an evaluation approach that fits your unique needs, resources, and organizational context
- Address common barriers encountered in developing and evaluating programs
Gina Guillemette has spent her 20+ year nonprofit career contributing to meaningful individual and social change that benefits the common good. She currently serves as the Director of Consulting Services for CVNL where she partners with nonprofit leaders to explore strategic questions, tackle practical challenges, and advance their missions through creative, solution-focused consulting practices.
Through her experience serving as a nonprofit staff member, consultant, board member, volunteer, and advocate, Gina has extensive first-hand knowledge of the diverse circumstances that nonprofits face on a day-to-day basis as well as expertise with wide array of community-based health, housing, and human services programs. She has successfully advanced organizational development efforts as well as public policy and systems change benefiting nonprofit organizations and the individuals and communities they serve. As an experienced facilitator and manager, Gina works effectively with individuals and groups to leverage the knowledge, experience, passion, and skills present in each person as well as the collective. She is adept at building teams, identifying shared goals, and leveraging diverse contributions toward a shared end.
Prior to joining the staff of CVNL, Gina worked most recently as Director of Program and Evaluation and Interim Executive Director with Parent Services Project in San Rafael, CA, and previously with Heartland Alliance for Human Needs & Human Rights and the Ounce of Prevention Fund, both in Chicago, IL. Gina earned a Master of Social Work degree from Washington University in St. Louis, a Bachelor’s degree from Alma College in Michigan, and a Diploma in the Art of Spiritual Direction from San Francisco Theological Seminary.