Corinne Isaak is the Manager of Evaluation and Shared Measurement. Corinne holds a Master’s degree in Human Nutritional Sciences and an undergraduate degree in Human Ecology, both from the University of Manitoba. She is also a certified Project Management Professional. Corinne has worked with a variety of stakeholders in numerous sectors including rural and urban Indigenous organizations and communities, academic, non-profit, and government. She has authored or co-authored 20 peer-reviewed publications, written numerous technical reports, and presented research at many conferences. Corinne has coordinated numerous research projects in the areas of Indigenous suicide, mental health and homelessness (At Home/Chez Soi project) and medical professionalism. In conjunction with the Swampy Cree Suicide Prevention Project she led a group of research staff in conducting over 130 qualitative interviews with members of the eight Swampy Cree First Nations communities. She also played a key role developing a randomized, controlled pilot study to test two suicide prevention/intervention methods and led data collection for a project on Urban Indigenous Food Security. Corinne enjoys travelling, gardening, cycling, and spending time with her family.