In this month’s talk, Kate will share STREAT’s impact measurement journey over the last 13 years. She will also describe how Moving Feast approaches M&E and impact measurement across an emergent ecosystem of activities.
Each month we hear from thought leaders straddling the theory and practice of social enterprise – then facilitate inclusive and open discussion with a global audience.
It’s a place for safe and brave conversation of real, lasting impact.
About Dr Kate Barrelle
Dr Kate Barrelle is STREAT’s Co-founder and Chief Impact Officer. Kate is a clinical & forensic psychologist who built STREAT’s support and training model, its impact tracking framework, and leads a team of allied health professionals within STREAT’s Youth Programs team.
In addition to behaviour change, Kate’s passion is bridging the divide between research and practice, and building evidence-based frameworks and tools to help practitioners operate more effectively. Kate endlessly shares research papers and attempts to translate them into Human for anyone who looks even vaguely interested!
Most people in the social enterprise sector wouldn’t know that Kate is a global leader in Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) who designed intervention, support and case management tools and training materials used by CVE specialists across Australia. Kate loves animals and is the handler of Magic, STREAT’s Therapy Dog.
The Social Enterprise Scholar Practitioner Network was formed to create a closer bond, intersectional identity and knowledge exchange between social enterprise practitioners and academia.
ASENA – the Alliance of Social Enterprise Networks Australia – is the collaboration of seven social enterprise networks and councils from each Australian State and Territory.