I am a culturally responsive program evaluator with a background in K-12 teaching, educational leadership, grassroots organizing, and public health program evaluation. I am passionate about supporting public health and non-profit organizations to establish data-centric, inclusive, equitable frameworks and systems of change that drive impact. I am enrolled at American University part-time in their M.S. in monitoring and evaluation program. I am also a certified DEI practitioner and enjoy combining DEI practices with my monitoring and evaluation skill sets.
Ideal Workplace Values
Diversity, equity, and inclusion / Collaborative
Washington, District of Columbia, US
Open ToFull Time InternshipFreelance/Contract WorkFull Time JobPart Time Job
Career InterestsData-Related WorkLaw, Policy, & AdvocacyResearchEducation & Instruction
💪Skills & Strengths
As an individual with ADHD working in program evaluation and research, I am a wonderful teacher and team coach who can breathe life into monitoring and evaluation projects. I enjoy providing technical support to non-profit and public health leadership. I also enjoy identifying contextual connections and understanding systems in a way that has allowed me in previous positions to ask better questions and significantly improve the design and impact of projects. My ability to be empathetic and vulnerable even in public speaking allows me to convey compelling stories - critical skills in storytelling and bringing data to life.