Research Scientist in Public Policy, University of Texas at Austin
Quantitative and qualitative public policy analyst, evaluator and researcher in economic development and human development fields with over 15 years of pro-poor policy, evaluation and research experience. Adjunct lecturer and Teaching Assistant (2009-2011) in sustainable international development and poverty measurement. Doctorate in Social Policy, Brandeis University; Master of Public Affairs, LBJ School, University of Texas, Austin; Bachelor of Arts, International Affairs, University of Colorado, Boulder. Collaborating researcher for United Nations Research Institute for Social Development. Non-resident adviser on monitoring and evaluation Center for Global Development and Sustainability, Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University. Developer of financial resources through donor research, grant proposal writing, and direct requests to foundations.
The 2011 Arab Spring was a clear signal to governments and ruling parties that the time had come for reform, if not revolution. People in the Middle East and North Africa were demanding nothing less than sweeping...