Please join Washington Evaluators online for a Deep Dive with Sarah Smith Lunsford: The Virtues of Virtual MEL, July 8, 2020, at 12:30pm.
Sarah will present how the team at EnCompass have operationalized virtual MEL both before the current pandemic and since, discussing high and low tech challenges and solutions to continue learning about programs even when in-person data capture and analysis is not possible. This will be followed by a discussion on approaches others have taken and forward-thinking needs to more effectively conduct virtual MEL. Attendees are asked to read The Virtues of Virtual MEL in advance of the event.
Dr. Sarah Smith Lunsford is the Associate Director of Evaluation at EnCompass. She has a strong background in health systems, with expertise in HRH, qualitative and mixed-methods research, and evaluation. With more than 9 years’ experience managing complex projects and evaluations in low- and middle-income countries for USAID and 16 years in qualitative research and evaluation, she has led numerous program evaluations and policy assessments. Dr. Lunsford holds a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Queensland, Australia; an MPH from Tulane University; and an MA in International Relations and Spanish from the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
This members-only online event is limited to 60 people; Members are able to register a guest. Please register by July 6 to confirm. Directions to connect online will be provided to registered participants a few days in advance of the event. For questions on the day of the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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