It all started when…
Micheal entered the Applied Social Psychology Graduate Program with a motivation to help people and make a difference in his community. In the early stages of this program, he was introduced to the Canadian Evaluation Society’s Student Case Competition and immediately fell in love with program evaluation. Not only did it offer him a way to use his research skills, program evaluation offered a way for him to contribute to the betterment of his community in ways not everyone could.
Micheal founded Two Bridges Consulting in 2017 after finishing his Masters Degree in Applied Social Psychology. Since that time, he has been working full time on program evaluation projects in Saskatchewan.
“Micheal has been an important member of our team as we engage community and work to develop a framework for measuring progress on reconciliation. He’s knowledable, creative, hard working, and a pleasure to work with.”
— Rhett Sangster - Director of Reconciliation, Office of the Treaty Commissioner
About Micheal Heimlick
Micheal Heimlick is from Battleford, Saskatchewan. As far as he knows, his family fled Russian persecution in the Ukraine and eventually settled in Saskatchewan in the early 20th century on a farm near Rose Valley. Micheal moved to Saskatoon at the age of 18 to pursue post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan. During his Masters degree program in Applied Social Psychology, he found a passion for working in the program evaluation field – so much so that he embraced that passion and turned it into a full time career. For the past two years, he has been fortunate to work with many community and academic organizations in Saskatchewan to improve their programming using a social science research lens. Micheal currently lives in Saskatoon with his wife, Janelle.