Clayon Hamilton – He/Him

Manager, Policy, Learning, and Evaluation

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A trained health services researcher, Clayon takes an evidence-informed and partnership approach to leadership in healthcare sectors. He obtained a PhD in Health and Rehabilitation Sciences in the field of Measurement and Methods from Western University and a master’s degree from the same program. He subsequently completed postdoctoral training in health services and knowledge translation at the University of British Columbia. Over a 2-year period as a Health System Impact Fellowship he supported evaluation within the primary care sector at the BC Ministry of Health and was most recently the Regional Practice Lead for Research and Knowledge Translation within the long-term care sector at a regional health authority in BC. Clayon is excited to join the team at Community Action Initiative BC to support the mental health and substance use sector at the community level across BC. Outside of work, Clayon enjoys spending quality time with his wife and three children.