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What some of our clients have to say about Tapestry...

"Robyn is a total joy to work with. She's a patient and thoughtful systems thinker who most definitely takes a utilization-focused approach to evaluation. She challenges her clients to move beyond seeing evaluation as an isolated activity toward embedding evaluative thinking and reflection into the organization as a whole. I have hugely appreciated her flexible and emergent philosophy, her commitment to centering and listening to the needs of the organizations and communities with whom she works, and her eagerness to learn alongside her clients. Robyn has provided our organization with wide-ranging evaluation supports including developmental evaluation planning; theory of change creation; asset mapping; survey development, implementation, and analysis; framework development; and reflective practice." - Erin McFarlane, CommunityWise Resource Centre

“The Doorway is a community project and was created as an experiment in social change, to challenge traditional approaches and imagine new thought and practice to more effectively assist long term street dependent young people seeking to exit street life. Robyn and her team worked to be very responsive to the uniqueness of The Doorway Approach in our work with young people. They were committed to ensure that the complexities and nuances were reflected in the theory of change and evaluation framework we developed together.” - Marilyn Dyck, The Doorway

I worked with Robyn on a major evaluation project ... involving multiple stakeholders, departments, and sites in a large provincial employer. Robyn’s approach was professional, respectful, and ethical. She was sensitive to the needs of the organization and stakeholders while still respecting the overall project goals and timelines. Robyn’s interpersonal style and communication skills were important to finding this balance, which is often very difficult to achieve.” - Andrew Szeto, PhD, Research Scientist, Opening Minds, Mental Health Commission of Canada, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Calgary