Bio: Dr. Fluke is a researcher in child protection, focusing on the use of data to guide policy and practice. He specializes in analyzing decision making in human services and is known for his research in administrative data analysis, assessment, workload, and outcomes. His other areas of focus is child maltreatment epidemiology including work with data collection programs in Canada, Balkans, the International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, Saudi Arabia, UNICEF, and the U.S. He has conducted research and evaluation at all levels of government, the non-governmental sector, and with foundations, both in the U.S. and internationally.

Statement of Intent: I believe that I can be an effective leader in increasing the viability of ISPCAN globally as a leader in the use and support of Child maltreatment research. I have many connections to the communities of research in the field of Child maltreatment that I think will help improve ISPCANs visibility. I also have experience in developing funding and support.