Kristine Hart is a full-time Senior Research Assistant with the Centre for Social Accountability. Kristine’s previous work has centred around developing and implementing evaluation frameworks for multi-disciplinary collective impact initiatives in the non-profit, public and philanthropic sectors. Kristine is passionate about building community capacity for evaluation to support sustainable measurement efforts and evidence-based planning in upstream programming. Kristine completed her undergraduate degrees at Laurentian University (HBA Psychology; BA Law & Justice) and a Graduate Diploma at Carleton University (Policy & Program Evaluation). She is currently completing her Master’s degree in Sociology at Queen’s University, researching the risk factors that impact outcomes for youth offenders participating in community-based programming aimed at reducing recidivism. Kristine was born and raised in Sudbury and currently lives in Cornwall, Ontario with her partner and two children.