Itago Winnie is a senior associate in the Evaluation for Development practice at Genesis, and is based in the East African office in Nairobi.
She has technical skills in qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis such as formulating theories of change, designing evaluation instruments and collecting desktop data. She also has experience in building monitoring and results measurement systems, and conducting monitoring and evaluation of large multi-country and multi-stakeholder projects.
She has worked on a range of programme evaluations relating to youth economic opportunities, climate change and green economy and transition, renewable energy, financial inclusion and financial education, private sector development, agriculture and food security and digital trade. In her role, she has advised a variety of public and private sector clients and has built skills managing data collection for a range of stakeholders. She has an interest in sustainable economic development, energy, and working with vulnerable populations in development sectors.
She holds a master's in Carbon Management from the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) as well as an honours degree in Environmental Economics and Policy from the University of California, Berkeley (USA).