Dr. Orya is an experienced project management, monitoring and evaluation, and capacity building specialist with more than 10 years of experience working in the international development field with USAID and its implementing partners, Corps of Engineers, UNDP, and UN-Habitat. He acquired experience in managing large and complex projects, supporting projects from project management office (PMO), performance monitoring & evaluation, and project support operations including HR, IT, procurement, finance, logistics, inventory and travel. Dr. Orya assessed M&E and data management capacity, designed and delivered training, and conducted partners assessment as consultant with NDI. He oversaw the implementation of a large-scale cost-plus-fixed fee contract in Afghanistan and was part of procurement of a large-scale contract at USAID-Afghanistan. As program officer (project manager at PMO) at UNDP, he provided oversight to three large scale projects. Dr. Orya is a certified PMP and PRINCE2 Foundation, and currently working on his Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification. He is skilled in project management, monitoring and evaluation, assessment, presentation and orientation, budget management (projections, control, tracking, modifications), resources allocation and management, financial and cost analysis, cost forecasting, stakeholder coordination and communication, status and progress reporting, reports proofreading and editing, activities and resources tracking, quality control and quality assurance, document management, escalation of issues, conflict resolution, customer service, prioritization, compliance, and managing multi-tasks. He is also skilled at using Ms. Office suit, Ms. Project, Ms. Visio, PowerPoint, Ms. Word, Ms. Excel, outlook, google drive, and utilizing data-bases either web-based or access and excel. He is experienced in waterfall methodology and familiar with agile methodologies of project management.