Eva brings over thirteen years of experience designing and leading evaluations, qualitative and quantitative research, strategy development, and programming with global non-profits and world-class research institutions on topics spanning global health, women’s empowerment, gender equality, financial inclusion, gender-based violence, social norms, and child protection in development and humanitarian settings.
Prior to joining Camber, she led Women for Women International’s global research and learning portfolio across eight countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe. She’s managed additional research and evaluation projects with the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Innovations for Poverty Action, International Rescue Committee, Save the Children, Global Women’s Institute, and the CPC Learning Network in collaboration with bilateral, multilateral, and philanthropic institutions. She is a gender specialist, trainer on research ethics and participatory action research, and violence prevention mentor for international and national NGOs.
Eva holds an MPH from Columbia University where she focused on Public Health and Humanitarian Assistance and BA in Cognitive Science from the University of Pennsylvania. Eva is a recent transplant to Seattle, having spent her adult life split between the East coast of the US and East Africa. Outside of work, you can find Eva making desserts with tropical fruits, providing African safari recommendations, doing yoga, and chasing sunsets.