Manager, Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation
Gayatri is a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Manager at the Global Fund to End Modern Slavery and is based in Singapore. She has significant regional development experience in impact measurement, program management and advisory in South and Southeast Asia. During her time at graduate school, Gayatri completed research and strategic consultancy projects for organizations including IDinsight, the Global Fund for Children, and the Brookings Institution. Prior to this, she worked with a Singapore-based impact investment organization, where she focused on conducting impact assessments and evaluations for innovative social enterprises across multiple sectors (including health, clean energy, sustainable agriculture, and education) in the region. She was further involved with research and advisory projects for government agencies, non-profits, and corporations (including Rockefeller Foundation, Oxfam, and USAID) looking to enhance, scale and sustain their social impact. She is a former Teach for India Fellow.
Gayatri holds an MA in International Development from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service, and a BSc in Economics from Singapore Management University.