Letisha joined INTRAC in March 2015, as part of INTRAC’s M&E function for the DfID-funded and PwC-managed Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN).
With a background in M&E of interventions which are working to contribute to policy change and good governance outcomes, she is familiar with measuring hard-to-measure outcomes. Letisha specialises in supporting participatory and utility focused monitoring systems: testing how they can better serve the dual objectives of accountability and learning, and trying new methods and tools to get to better evidence and greater insights. Her areas of interest include governance, accountability, adaptation, mitigation and private sector development.
Her previous experience includes three years spent at the Transparency International Secretariat, where she was responsible for strengthening monitoring, evaluation, learning and accountability systems. Prior to that, she gained experience working at an independent public affairs consultancy for clients including Penal Reform International, the Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO) and the Human Dignity Trust.
Letisha holds a BA in History and Politics from Oxford University.