Harriet Gibson has 10 years’ experience working in international development in the Middle East, Africa and Latin America. She currently focuses on environmental and social impact projects collaborating with a wide array of organisations from civil society (grassroots and INGOs) to governments (USAID, UK F(C)DO, DFID), UN bodies (UNRWA, UNDP, UNHCR) and the EU.
Her main areas of expertise include monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL), knowledge management (KM), research and analysis, human rights and fragile and conflict affected states (FCAS). She also has extensive experience supporting and evaluating Funds having worked for the Independent Commission on Aid Impact (ICAI) in the UK to review both the Global Challenges Research Fund and the Newton Fund. Harriet also provides MEL and KM consultancy services to the Green Climate Fund’s Readiness Programme.
Harriet holds a master’s degree in Human Rights Policy and Practice, a bachelor’s degree in Spanish, Arabic and Middle Eastern Politics, and has completed additional training in Impact Measurement and Management (IMM).