Senior Evaluation Officer - Institutional Data
Shelly joined IPPF/WHR in 2005. She is responsible for managing data collection and analysis of key institutional data sources, including service statistics and global indicators, and ensuring the data is integrated into all phases of the program cycle. Shelly also provides technical assistance to Member Association staff to build their monitoring and evaluation capacities.
Before joining IPPF/WHR, Shelly worked for the Latino Commission on AIDS and Ipas, Mexico. She began her work in sexual and reproductive health as an engineer and designed women’s health care products. Shelly transitioned to direct service provision as a health educator in San Francisco, where she provided counseling in schools and clinics and conducted street outreach for The Women's Community Clinic.
Shelly holds a Master of Public Health from Columbia University.
Where were you born?
What languages do you speak?
English, Spanish, Hebrew, Dutch