More about me
I am an evaluator and consulting sociologist from Argentina, with more than 20 years of progressively responsible positions in applied and academic social sciences: evaluation, planning, community participation, and program management. I have a Ph.D. from Sussex University (United Kingdom) and I am a member of the CONICET -Argentine Research Council- as well as professor of Anthropology at Universidad Nacional de San Juan (Argentina). I have been a member of the working group that developed the Evaluation Standards for Latin America and I am actually involved in a research program about Participative Evaluation in Latin America and the Caribbean (https://evalparticipativa.net). I am nowadays a Board Member of IDEAS, the International Development Evaluation Association and have been Board Member of the Latin American Evaluation Network (ReLAC), the International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE) and the EvalPartners initiative. I am experienced in bridging evaluation research and policy by interdisciplinary work, and interested in linking issues of relevance and applicability with high standards of evaluation quality. Since 2011 I have been blogging about issues of Evaluation, Development, and Complexity in my blog "Al Borde del Caos".