MABY PALMISANO

Director, Design, Monitoring and Evaluation

GETTING TO KNOW MABY

Beyond your job title, please explain your role at Creative.

Our goal is to practice a results-driven, evidence-based approach that integrates learning to empower our beneficiaries to realize the positive change they seek.

Do you have an accomplishment or programmatic result or activity that you are particularly proud of?

I have worked as an international development professional for almost twenty years. My experience is mostly in performance measurement and assessment of development interventions funded by a variety of international donors, government institutions and foundations (i.e., USAID, World Bank, MCC, FAO, Gates Foundation, etc.). I am inherently team-minded and have experience in mentoring, which has allowed me to create successful M&E communities of practice that provide technical M&E support and mentoring to our partners in the field. This also allows the M&E community to share learning, address common challenges and identify common positive solutions.

  • EXPERTISE:

    Monitoring and evaluation, data collection and analysis, gender, program design and planning

  • DISCIPLINES:

    Military sociology, gender, theories of change and results frameworks

  • EDUCATION:

    Post-Graduate degree in Military Sociology, Gender, Methodology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD | Specialization in Statistics, Methods, University of Essex, UK | MA in Sociology University of Rome, La Sapienza.

  • DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCE:

    Senior Director M&E ACDI/VOCA, 2007-2015 | Monitoring and Evaluation / Gender Expert World Bank, 2000-2007 | Survey Research Director InterMedia, 2005-2007

  • LANGUAGES:

    English, Spanish, Italian, some French, studying Arabic

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“I am inherently team-minded and have experience in mentoring, which has allowed me to create successful M&E communities of practice that provide technical M&E support and mentoring to our partners in the field.”

Maby Palmisano
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