Judith has over ten years’ experience in Program Management, Monitoring and Evaluation with special attention to Results. Eight (8) years of experience in the field of Capacity Development, Institutional Building, performance management, Financial Management, leadership, Gender Equality and Women Empowerment. She holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Central Lancashire in UK and a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) of Makerere University in Uganda. She has worked with Public Sector, Private Sector, the United Nations and Civil Society Organizations as well as with several Development Partners in Rwanda in different capacities at both technical and leadership levels. Judith is very passionate about empowering women and girls and has led and evaluated various programs aimed Accelerating the Economic Empowerment of Women in Rwanda.
Judith is certified in ; Project Management (Prince2) from UK, Performance Management (CPT) from International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI) in USA, International Program for Evaluation Training (IPDET) from Carleton University Canada as well as Bullet Proof Leadership training with Crestcom International. She has worked in Uganda, UK and Rwanda which gives her capacity to deal with diversity. Judith has served as a board member on several Boards at a more strategic level, across public, private and Civil Society Organizations. Some of these include; serving as a vice Chairperson BoD at Forum for Africa Women Educationalists (FAWE) Rwanda for 3 years and is Vice President and Founder member for Rwanda Monitoring & Evaluation Society (RMES) among others.
Judith Kaitesi KatabarwaVice President Rwanda Monitoring & Evaluation Organization
Greetings from Kigali, this is a very insightful discussion and really helpful to my current assignment. I am working on a gender responsive M&E system for the education sector in Rwanda and wanted to thank the Evalforward members who have made contributions so far.
I look forward to reading all contributions and I hope to share lessons later when I complete my assignment.