Robert Stewart, Director
Dr. Mónica Treviño, Director
I am a professional evaluator and researcher with over 15 years of experience working on topics related to international development, in particular in Latin America and East and West Africa, focusing on processes of democratization and inclusion of historically marginalized groups, such as women and racialised groups. I have developed a strong expertise in research methodologies, especially in mixed methods research design, as well as in all aspects of evaluation, with extensive experience in multi-country project and programme evaluations and organizational assessments for a variety of clients including the Organization of American States, Unicef, UN Women, UNESCO, the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Oxfam and the World Bank, among others. Fully fluent in English, French and Spanish, and with a strong command of Portuguese, I have managed research and teaching teams in multicultural contexts, and conducted numerous research and evaluation field missions throughout East and West Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and South East Asia. I am also a lecturer in International Development Studies at McGill University, and I am affiliated with the Canadian Evaluation Society.
I am a professional evaluator, researcher and analyst with over 10 years of experience working on topics related to developing world politics and especially the Middle East and North Africa, with a focus on human rights as well as peace-building and post-conflict transitions. I have a strong background in all aspects of monitoring and evaluation, with experience in carrying out multi-country project and programme evaluations and research projects for major international clients including the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), UN Women, the World Bank, UNESCO, Oxfam, UNICEF and the Rockefeller Foundation, and with field missions in the Middle East, North and East Africa, South Asia, the Caribbean and North America. I am also a researcher at McGill University’s Interuniversity Consortium for Arab and Middle Eastern Studies, and since 2013 have been pursuing a PhD in Politics at the University of Exeter (part-time). My latest book is a co-edited volume entitled Transitional Justice and the Arab Spring (Routledge, 2014). Fluently bilingual (native level) in English and French with low intermediate Arabic (reading), I hold both Canadian and British citizenships and am a member of the European Evaluation Society.
Dr. Mónica Treviño’s CV
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