DESS, Evaluation of Programmes, Projects and Services, UQAM, 2019
MPH, Environmental and Occupational Health, Simon-Fraser University, 2011
B.Sc, Biology, McGill University, 2008
Natalie Martin has extensive international work experience in Asia, West Africa and Latin America, having worked in the non-profit sector for the last 8 years. She has experience in organizational development, monitoring & evaluation, as well as having a background in health research, including quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis. Her international experience includes working with the World Health Organization (WHO) on tobacco health, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) on climate change adaptation, and Crossroads International on gender and women’s rights.
As an evaluation analyst in Universalia’s Organization and Partnership Practice, Ms Martin has performed data collection and analysis, as well as contributing to reports for the Global Partnership for Education and the Caribbean Development Bank. Ms. Martin speaks English, French and Spanish and has volunteered with numerous local organizations in Montreal and abroad, including the Sierra Club of Quebec, Breast Cancer Action Montreal, and Eat United Nicaragua.