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Kim Stace

Kim has a strong background in developing, implementing and evaluating programs for 15 years using an outcomes measurement framework. Starting in the early intervention space, working with children, young people and families in urban, regional and rural settings, Kim later moved into an operational role where she developed strategic plans, data collection tools, and continuous quality improvement processes to reflect outcomes-focused service delivery.

Before commencing with SHINE for Kids, Kim was a Capacity Building Consultant at Fams, a NSW peak body, and provided support to their members through building skills and knowledge in outcomes-based frameworks and systematic policy and advocacy.  Kim’s first role at SHINE for Kids will be to support the SHINE workforce in implementing their Outcomes Framework and to use data to inform decision-making.

Kim’s area of study is Sociology, applied in disadvantaged and vulnerable communities with a particular interest in evidence-informed practice, combining the ‘practice’ and ‘theory’ of working in communities.  She is a member of TASA (The Australian Sociological Association) and the applied sociology thematic group.

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