Bringing over eight years of international development experience, Alexandra has worked in the preparation of proposals for both formative and summative evaluations across a range of thematic areas and a wide spectrum of clients, including many UN agencies and international NGOs.
In doing so, she identifies opportunities with the UN, international NGOs, governments and other donors, engages consultants and strategic partners, and develops proposals, including the methods and tools for evaluations.
Additionally, Alexandra regularly contributes her expertise as a team member in primary data collection activities in our evaluations, with a specific focus on the area of gender and social inclusion and has undertaken several field missions for evaluations for UNFPA, UN Women, the World Bank (CGAP), and Plan International.
Illustratively, Alexandra undertook a field mission to Turkey for the Evaluation of UNFPA’s response to the Syrian Crisis, as well as to Nigeria for the baseline evaluation of UNFPA’s Real Time Accountability Partnership, which addresses programming related to the prevention of and response to gender-based violence.
Prior to joining ISG and then IMC, Alexandra worked for Women Thrive Worldwide, a Washington D.C.-based women and girls’ rights organisation.
Moreover, she lived in Denmark where she also worked with DANIDA-funded projects in sub-Saharan Africa, assisting with programme management and monitoring and evaluation of small-scale farming programming with a gender component.