I'm the Research Associate in charge of brac, Uganda's vocational training and small firm expansion field experiment. This is a large-scale randomized control trail working with multiple treatment arms on both the demand side and the supply side. Previously I worked as the Fellow in charge of Monitoring and Evaluation for Village Enterprise -- a small microenterprise NGO that works in Kenya and Uganda. I also contribute substantially to the programs business training curricula and the management of the core program. I have also held positions with the Aspen Institute, FINCA International and CEDPA. My MA is in international development from American University, Washington, DC. My BS is in sociology from Manchester College, North Manchester, IN.
Describe your interests in development
Aside from monitoring and evaluation for microenterprise projects, I'm highly interested in value chain development, financial inclusion, globalization and the institutional antecedents to economic growth.
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