Evaluation Officer - Advocacy
Erica has worked at IPPF/WHR since 2008 providing evaluation support to the programmatic staff in the Regional Office and Member Associations. She focuses on how to best evaluate the advocacy work IPPF/WHR and its MAs conduct at the national and international levels.
During her time at IPPF/WHR, Erica has worked on projects in the areas of government accountability, comprehensive sexuality education, and sexual violence. She is responsible for expanding the area of advocacy evaluation to the external community and responding to larger issues of value for money, impact, and results-based funding.
Prior to joining IPPF/WHR, Erica received a Master of Public Policy from the Gerald R. Ford School at the University of Michigan, where she focused on international development, statistical analysis, and women’s issues. She also graduated with honors from the University of Stanford in California with a BA in Urban Studies.
Erica has traveled extensively in Latin America, including participating in a study abroad program in Santiago, Chile, and conducting an individually designed research project in Havana, Cuba.
Where were you born?
Oakland, California, USA
What languages do you speak?
Spanish, English, French
What's the most amazing thing you've seen while traveling?
Carnaval in Guantanamo, Cuba