Dr. Patricia Streich
Senior Evaluation Consultant
Dr. Streich has been involved in public policy and evaluation research for more than 25 years, having conducted evaluations of major Federal social housing programs such as the Residential Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RRAP); Co-operative Housing Program; Urban Social Housing Program; and Non-Profit, Rent Supplement and Urban Native Housing Programs. Several of her Federal evaluations have addressed issues of family violence, such as Evaluation of Project Haven (1995); Evaluation of the Next Step Program (1997); and Evaluation of CMHC's Shelter Enhancement Program (2002, 2007-2009).  She has extensive experience collaborating with inter-departmental committees and other Federal departments on Reports to Parliament regarding the Family Violence Initiative (FVI) and with Statistics Canada to enhance data related to family violence in Canada.

Recent SPR projects include: For more than 20 years, Dr. Streich was responsible for planning and managing a number of CMHC evaluations (Canada Mortgage Bonds Program; Homeownership Education Training Pilot Program (HETP); and Assisted Homeownership Program (AHOP)). She has also conducted several studies of reverse mortgage annuity plans such as:  A Feasibility Study of the Market for Reverse Mortgages and Home Annuity Plans; and A Pilot Study of Lender Attitudes to Reverse Mortgages.