Program Evaluation, Researcher, Professional Development and Child Welfare Expert
Rhonda Hallberg brings thirty-five years of experience in child welfare. She began her career at the London and Middlesex Children’s Aid Society where she fulfilled a variety of roles including senior leadership roles where she implemented a continuous quality improvement model and research approach to programs, projects, and new initiatives.
For over thirty years Rhonda has been an instructor in the School of Social Work, Kings University College, of the University of Western Ontario, teaching a variety of social work courses including the course she developed on the fundamentals of child welfare.
Her experience as a senior leader in a large not-for-profit transfer payment agency gives her a strong understanding of governance, policy development, standards of practice, professional development, and the value of consumer participation.
Rhonda’s consultant practice focuses on program evaluation and research, stakeholder engagement, professional training and development, and clinical social work supervision.
Rhonda has led several program evaluation initiatives and facilitates engagement with stakeholders and applies community research methods to inform reviews. She has authored several evidence-informed professional training curriculums, presented at learning events and webinars, and she is the author of professional evidence-based handbooks.