Elizabeth Grim

DRG TIG Week: DRG Evidence and MEL Insights into Academic and Practitioner Efforts to Improve Solutions for Women and Girls by Tanyel Taysi and Salome Tsereteli-Stephens

We are Tanyel Taysi and Salome Tsereteli-Stephens from the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative. One of the programs our organization leads is Women and Girls Empowered (WAGE) with the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), Grameen Foundation, and Search for Common Ground (Search).

DRG TIG Week: Process Tracing and Wicked Problems by Laura Adams and Sarya Sok

Hello, we are Laura Adams, a MEL Director at Pact, and Sarya Sok, Acting Team Lead for Applied Learning and Evaluation at the State Department’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. We are fans of solving wicked MEL challenges in democracy, rights, and governance programs (aka pulling for the DRG underdogs with our MEL muscles).?

AEA’s Digital Data & Technology Working Group Week: Lessons from MERL for Digital Social and Behavioral Change by Nicola Harford

Hi, my name is Nicola Harford and I am Principal Consultant and Managing Director of iMedia Associates, a consulting company working with donors, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and local media houses in the Global South on social and behaviour change (SBC) interventions. iMedia started out in broadcast and print media—especially using radio and entertainment-education approaches for change—but with the advent of mobile phones and expanding internet access across the globe our clients are increasingly using digital channels and platforms including Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube, Facebook, and TikTok.