Tim is an experienced qualitative researcher and project manager with a passion for helping charities and other organisations explore what works (and what doesn’t) and why to inform their project design and practice.
"I enjoy working alongside organisations and helping them to plan or take stock of their work, better understand what they are trying to achieve and how, and figure out the best way for them to measure their impact in the future.
Every organisation has different priorities and no single approach fits all – so this work is endlessly intriguing and challenging. My third sector background gives me a solid understanding of the challenges that organisations face on a day-to-day basis, and I enjoy working with clients to ensure that evaluation processes are useful and can be easily embedded.
Since joining Traverse, I’ve worked on a wide range of projects and currently lead on several projects related to ageing, disability and education. My expertise lies in theory of change thinking and articulation, impact measurement and designing qualitative research to enable insight into lived experience. I have significant experience in designing evaluation frameworks, theories of change, logic models and evaluation tools for single-site, multi-site and grant programme evaluations.
I have a passion for supporting charities to develop their own research and evaluation capacity, and have designed and led tailored training sessions for a range of community organisations, charities, peer networks and public services."