The membership of Washington Evaluators is as diverse as the the industries in which they serve. In celebration, WE has launched a Membership Spotlight campaign to share the professional and personal journeys of our members, learn from each other's experiences and inspire young and/or transitioning specialists.
Please join us in celebrating our members...
This month's feature shares the story of Tina Byenkya, a MEL specialist with significant experience working across the Global South. Throughout her studies and since graduation, Tina has worked in a variety of M&E capacities for numerous public, private and social enterprises. She currently resides in Kenya.
This month's feature shares the story of Lee Sutton, a Senior Advisor for Monitoring and Evaluation at the Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC), where she works across all programs to improve M&E throughout the organization.
This month's feature shares the story of one of WE's 2020 New Professional Scholarship recipients, Bryce Leary. The scholarship supports new professionals to integrate state-of-the-art knowledge and information sharing into their evaluation practices and approaches within their respective organizations and/or future practice. As part of the scholarship, Bryce will attend a course of his choosing at The Evaluators' Institute (TEI) summer program and the EnCompass Learning Center, as well as receive a complementary WE membership.
Stacey S. Merola, Ph.D.
President & Principal Scientist,
Merola Research LLC
Population Services International
Grant Thornton LLP
Washington Evaluators (WE) is 501(c)(3) organization and a local affiliate of the American Evaluation Association (AEA). Founded in 1984, Washington Evaluators is one of the oldest Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPE) in the United States. Washington Evaluators supports the growth of the evaluation community and profession in the DC-area by promoting individual development of evaluation expertise, knowledge sharing, and collaboration. Washington Evaluators serves members by facilitating professional development events, networking, social interactions, as well as publication of upcoming evaluation events and opportunities in the region. The more 300 Washington Evaluators' members come from a diverse mix of federal, state, and local government agencies, universities and educational settings, corporate businesses and independent consulting firms, and nonprofit associations.