I am a monitoring and evaluation specialist (M&E) with over 12 years’ experience providing M&E, social science research, program design, and data management for international and domestic interventions. My expertise includes designing and conducting qualitative and mixed methods evaluations. I am also adept at developing and implementing results-based monitoring systems and logical frameworks based on clearly articulated theories of change. I have supported programs funded by the U.S. Department of State (DOS), USAID, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the U.K. Department for International Development, UN agencies, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and privately funded organizations. I provide M&E support to development projects in a wide range of sectors including security and justice sector reform, counterterrorism, countering violent extremism (CVE), post-conflict reconstruction and stability, democracy and governance (D&G), civil society, WASH, health, disaster preparedness and resiliency, economic growth, trade facilitation, and agricultural livelihood and supply chain development. My field experience includes long- and short-term assignments in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Brazil, Jordan, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Pakistan, the Philippines, and Senegal.