As a consultant at IOD PARC, my role is balanced between evaluating and assessing international development projects and identifying opportunities, mobilising bid teams, and preparing proposals. My main thematic focus is on the field of technological development with a thorough understanding of the complexity of interaction between humans and technology and transforming user needs into concrete development actions. My work has seen me support large-scale, multi-stakeholder projects for clients such as the Multilateral Organisation Performance Assessment Network (MOPAN).
Since joining IOD PARC in June 2016, I have a track record of working effectively in culturally diverse, international teams to collect, analyse and visualise data. From my professional and academic experience, I have hands-on experience collecting and analysing data from ethnographic fieldwork as well as utilising a variety of evaluation and quantitative and qualitative research methods. I hold a Master’s degree in Techno-Anthropology from Aalborg University in Copenhagen with electives in African Studies, Politics of Post-Development from University of Copenhagen, a Professional Bachelor in Multimedia Design and Communications and e-Concept Development from Copenhagen School of Design and Technology. In addition, I have completed courses in market research and communications at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).