Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Specialist with a passion for using data to make a difference. 20+ years experience managing complex programmes and spearheading cutting-edge monitoring and evaluation systems, tools and technology globally (including on climate change, food security, health, education, science, innovation, and economic growth programming). Go-to person for MEL framework design and implementation with expertise in making monitoring and evaluation gender-transformative, user-friendly and sharing knowledge for greater uptake and use. Committed to using MEL to listen deeply and advance methods that elevate local voices and perspectives and support gender-equitable and feminist approaches.
Seasoned coach (75+workshops conducted) with expertise in Logic Models and Performance Measurement Frameworks, Theory of Change, data collection tools, data storage systems, and creating feedback loops for real-time learning. Award-winning research and writing skills with proven ability in Results-Based Management and reporting. Currently coaches several non-profit organizations to identify key metrics, craft useful and gender-equitable data collection tools, and implement software for better data storage, analysis, and learning.
Évaluation évolutive, Mesure de l'impact, Utilisation des données
Tucker House, Ecology Ottawa
Canadian Hunger Foundation, Canadian Feed the Children, World University Services of Canada, Aga Khan Foundation, Plan Canada, Humber College, The Inter-Council Network, Save the Children, The Northern Council for Global Cooperation, The Ontario Council for International Cooperation, the Manitoba Council for International Cooperation, The Inter-Council Network, Shanti Uganda, Oxfam Canada, the International Development Research Center (IDRC), Nutrition International, the African Development Bank (AFDB), and the Red Cross.
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