The best data are worthless if people can't make sense of what to do with it. I leverage my expertise in social inequality with strong writing and speaking skills, translating rigorous evidence for public audiences and decision-makers.
I have nearly 15 years of global cross-functional experience in academia, philanthropy, the federal government, large international NGOs, and small nonprofits.
I partner with foundations, NGOs, nonprofits, and corporations to catalyze organizational learning, measure social impact, conduct learn-by-doing workshops, and use evidence to inspire action.
Workshop Design & Facilitation
We've all attended boring workshops that induce death by PowerPoint. Life is too short! Learning should be experiential and tailored to each audience. I design and deliver engaging sessions to meet your team's needs, applying backward curriculum design principles to achieve your desired outcomes.
Research & Evaluation
No one wants a report that is filed away, never to be used again. As an accomplished researcher and evaluator, I excel at pairing academic rigor with public-facing products that drive decision-making. I see data and storytelling as essential tools to catalyze organizational learning and inspire social change.
Translating Data to Action
I bring research findings to a public audience through writing, developing narratives and synthesis briefs, and speaking. As a professor and expert in gender and social inequality, I give keynote addresses, public lectures, and tailor-made presentations for organizations.