Jody Zall KusekAdvisor
- Strategic Planning
- Program Design
- Monitoring and Evaluation
- Country Assistance Strategy
- MBA, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA
- Master of Public Health, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
- BSc., University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts, USA
She has over thirty years experience helping organizations improve program design and implementation through the use of monitoring and evaluation and better strategic planning. She has authored four books and several publications on these topics, the most recent book published in October 2014. Governments, NGOs, Universities, and others have used her books to improve their knowledge of how to monitor and evaluate programs, and policies. “Ten Steps to a Results Based M&E System” has been translated into nine languages and used in major universities around the world.
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Jody’s focus is on the practical use of tools, and other diagnostic instruments to support resource and strategic planning for national development or for program planning. She was a thought leader at the World Bank on monitoring and evaluation and co-designed the first model used for country assistance strategy planning, and project assessment. Jody has worked in over 46 countries, in Africa, the Middle East, East and South Asia, Central Asia, and Central America. She continued her work as Adjunct Professor of International Public Policy at the University of Maryland, in the USA and lecturer at the University of Witwaterstrand in Jonannesburg, South Africa. Jody is retired but continues to support private sector organizations in Africa in their efforts to help governments improve program planning and strategy planning.