Dylan Schentag

Dylan is a new part-time research consultant for TNC and has worked on several evaluations including projects partnering with Focus on Nature and 10C. He is an experienced facilitator having facilitated intervention-based programs throughout his academic career – most notably sexual violence and other gender-based violence prevention programs. In his academic research, he is currently working on developing program modules that use new and effective strategies to improve these programs’ effectiveness by engaging men in efforts towards ending gender-based violence.

Dylan is currently working towards completing his Master’s degree in Applied Social Psychology at the University of Guelph. He is experienced in both quantitative and qualitative analyses and often works on projects that utilize mixed methodologies. He is passionate about social justice and issues related to youth development. He integrates his social justice principles into his program evaluation and consultation work and is excited about partnering with organizations that share his passion for improving our communities.