Elizabeth has over 12 years’ experience in designing and implementing programme evaluations and monitoring and evaluation frameworks.
She has worked as a consultant for a variety of bilateral and multilateral agencies such as World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, German Technical Cooperation Agency, Canadian International Development Agency and Department For International Development (DFID).
She has previous experience in designing and implementing both quasi-experimental and non-experimental evaluations, employing a range of qualitative and quantitative methodologies and tools.
Elizabeth has gained a wide variety of experience after living and working in Latin America, Africa and Europe. Recent experience includes the design and implementation of the monitoring and evaluation framework of DFID’s Girls’ Education Challenge programme in Ethiopia.
Currently, Elizabeth is undertaking the role of Technical Leader for EBRD’s, Evaluation of how private sector can support gender-sensitive, climate resilient development project in Tajikstan.
Her thematic evaluation interests include education, life skills, girls, social protection, marginalisation, quantitative methods and public sector reforms.