Meghan, Technical Director at LINC, has 15 years of experience facilitating learning, monitoring, and evaluating for international development programs. She enjoys working with public and private sector colleagues to deliver meaningful results, primarily by focusing on systems thinking and measurement and action learning. She has overseen and conducted formative and impact assessments as well as performance evaluations on food security, agriculture, infrastructure, environmental, and governance programs. She has primarily worked throughout Latin America and Africa, with select assignments in the Middle East and Asia. She has facilitated work-planning and portfolio reviews and developed proposals and theories of change for organizations and businesses. She has also conducted data quality and performance assessments and overseen compliance with requirements from USAID and FCDO.
Prior to LINC, Meghan worked in systemic change measurement and action learning at MarketShare Associates, in monitoring, evaluation, accountability, and learning on food security programming at Save the Children, and in program design, monitoring, and management at Chemonics International. Meghan holds an M.A. in Development Management and Policy from Georgetown University, an M.A. in Public Policy from la Universidad Nacional de San Martín in Argentina, and a B.A. in International Studies and Spanish from Mount St. Mary’s. She is fluent in English and Spanish.