Lennise Baptiste a citizen of Trinidad and Tobago, holds a Ph.D. in Evaluation and Measurement focused on programme evaluation and a Masters degree in Measurement and Evaluation focused on educational achievement. She is the 2016 Recipient of the International Alumni Hall of Fame Award of the College of Education Health and Human Services at Kent State University, Ohio, USA, and the 2010 recipient of the Michael Scriven Dissertation Award for Outstanding Contribution to Evaluation Theory, Methodology, or Practice, awarded by Western Michigan University, USA. She has US and Caribbean work experience in the evaluation of programmes in the education, health, social services sectors including violence prevention programmes. She has evaluated projects sponsored by donors such as the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, Global Fund to fight AIDS Tuberculosis and Malaria, the European Union, UNICEF, the Caribbean Development Bank, the Governments of Trinidad and Tobago, Belize and Anguilla. She has trained persons in the public sector, and personnel from civil society and non-governmental organisations to utilize monitoring and evaluation tools not just to improve the reporting to donors but also to monitor the progress of national development goals. She is a founding member and now Chair of the Caribbean Evaluators International which advocates for and promotes the use of evaluation, and regional evaluators across professional sectors. She is also Chair of the Mixed-Methods Topical Interest Group of the American Evaluation Association. She has more than 20 years of experience using quantitative and qualitative research methods and ten years using Q methodology.
monitoring / evaluation
research & development
trinidad and tobago
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