Holly Gunn, MPH (she/her/elle)

Research Management and Program Evaluation

English and French
Québec City, Qc

Holly is a research and program evaluation consultant who lives and works on the traditional, unceded territory of the Huron-Wendat Nation. She is passionate about ensuring research design and research programs are inclusive, innovative, and effective, with a particular focus on reducing gender inequities.

Holly has experience working on a variety of research products, including systematic reviews, scoping reviews, narrative literature reviews, environmental scans, and horizon scans in the areas of chronic disease, mental health, and community health.

Recent highlights of Holly's work include developing reports that synthesize the evidence and produce recommendations to inform the development of equitable programs and policies within Canada for vulnerable populations impacted by COVID-19, with a particular focus on Indigenous communities, women who experience intimate partner violence, and child maltreatment. As well as completing all steps in the creation of a series of evidence-informed toolkits developed to aid community members in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of community-led projects to promote and protect healthy lifestyles within their communities. This included performing an environmental scan to identify gaps in existing services, a literature review, consultation with stakeholders, and development of the toolkits.

Services offered:

  • Data analysis and report writing
  • Program planning and evaluation
  • Community engagement
  • Qualitative and quantitative research coordination