Mari Kenton Wright

Adaptive Management and Evaluation Officer

 

Mari helps to manage the foundation’s practices in adaptive management and evaluation, including managing external independent evaluations, working with program staff on measurement and evaluation activities, and facilitating cross-foundation collaboration in effective adaptive management practice.

 
Mari Kenton Wright
 

Biography

Mari helps to manage the foundation’s practices in adaptive management and evaluation, including managing external independent evaluations, working with program staff on measurement and evaluation activities, and facilitating cross-foundation collaboration in effective adaptive management practice.

Before joining the foundation, Mari worked in Malawi as a Blakeley Foundation Fellow in monitoring and evaluation for Population Services International (PSI), for which she designed and implemented a monitoring system for a family planning social franchise program. She previously worked for a division of the Center for American Progress in international human rights policy, and as a program officer based in the U.S. and South Sudan at Africa ELI, an international education NGO.

Mari holds a master’s degree in international affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, where she focused on monitoring and evaluation and global health. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Bates College.

 
 
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