Lisette Kaleveld is a social researcher who has worked on research and evaluation projects in academic contexts, the not-for-profit sector, as a public servant and as an independent consultant.
Lisette has led multiple evaluation projects as the principal researcher, and has experience in scoping works, research design, qualitative data collection techniques and applying strategic thinking so that practitioners, research participants and funding bodies can benefit from the findings.
Lisette’s evaluation experience spans the arts sector, education, health and mental health and includes locally-based project evaluations as well as broader evaluations that contribute to data linkage projects, including Closing the Gap and National Partnership initiatives.
Lisette has also worked as a journalist and magazine deputy editor, and is convener for the Australian Evaluation Society (WA Branch).
At the Centre for Social Impact UWA, Lisette is evaluating a Mentoring to Work project and is interested in writing, communicating and translating research into practice and meaningful outcomes.
Lisette will be a presenter and panellist in our November impact2021 webinar on 25 November, Building back better: A mental health deep dive