About Meg Barker

About Meg Barker

Ms. Meg Barker’s expertise is in landscape scanning, strategic planning, evaluation and performance measurement to build capacity in science, technology and innovation (STI) in developed and developing economies, taking into consideration contemporary transformation processes such as climate change and globalization. Capacity-building frequently implies the design of funding programs whose accomplishments will, sooner or later, be measured. Meg has worked with a range of Canadian, federal government STI funders and policy organizations over her career (eg. NSERC, Industry Canada, CFI, CFCAS, CIDA, IDRC, Trade Commissioner Service and Foreign Affairs) and outside Canada, provided services to University of Dar es Salaam (Tanzania), an APEC working group (Thailand), Government of Bolivia, University of Sao Paulo (Brazil) and the African Development Bank. She has worked in the following countries: Canada, Sweden, France, Tanzania, Brazil, Bolivia, Argentina, Thailand and India. Further detail on Meg is here (bottom of the page) and a sample of her most recent published work is here.