Rebecca serves as a Director for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) for the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC). She performs a variety of tasks related to the development and implementation of M&E plans, ensuring that relevant information and data are collected and reported on MCC programs. This information informs program managers and the public on program performance. She also manages the planning and implementation of rigorous impact and performance evaluations to analyze the economic and poverty results of MCC programs. She has been at MCC since October 2004 and has worked on the country teams for Armenia, Belize, Cabo Verde, El Salvador, Honduras, Lesotho, Liberia, Moldova, Mongolia, Niger, and The Gambia.
In addition to her MCC responsibilities, Rebecca teaches an M&E course at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy for international development professionals. Previously, she worked as a Research Assistant at the Center for Strategic and International Studies where her research focused on economic development and trade integration in the Americas.
Rebecca holds a Bachelors in Economics from Bucknell University and a Masters in International Affairs from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. She is a DC native and speaks Spanish and Portuguese.