David is a global adviser on monitoring, evaluation and learning for Oxfam GB, with a particular focus on programme effectiveness. He provides specialist advice on tools, methods and processes for undertaking rigorous impact evaluation of Oxfam's projects and programmes. He is currently working on a range of focused evaluations of a random sample of Oxfam's projects in order to better capture and communicate our effectiveness as an organisation. He has a particular interest and passion in disseminating evaluation findings and data analysis in a visual and understandable way
that promotes effective learning.
Prior to joining Oxfam in 2010, David worked for a global management and development consultancy, where he managed a range of health and development evaluations for clients including UNICEF, the Clinton Foundation, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. During a sabbatical, he also worked for a grass-roots NGO in eastern Uganda developing their M&E and project management capacity.
David holds a BSc in Geography and a masters degree in Sustainable Development from the University of London.