Annette Brown leads the Research and Evaluation Strategic Initiative at FHI 360. Previously, Annette was a Deputy Director of the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) and headed the Washington office and all Washington office programs, which include impact evaluation services, HIV and AIDS thematic windows, evidence for peace, and others. Until May 2012, she also served as Chief Evaluation Officer, for which she directed 3ie’s evaluation office and oversaw grants management and quality assurance for all primary study research funded by 3ie. Prior to joining 3ie, Brown held executive and senior management positions at several development implementers, for which she also performed technical assistance and research in more than twenty countries across all regions. Earlier in her career, Brown was Assistant Professor of economics at Western Michigan University and held research positions at the World Bank and the Stockholm Institute for Transition Economics. She holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Michigan. Her current research projects are on the topics of peacebuilding, governance, HIV/AIDS prevention, and internal replication.
Institution / Affiliation : FHI 360
Previous Partner Organizations: 3ie, Chemonics International, Deloitte Consulting, The Urban Institute
Methodology: Experimental Design, Field Experiments, Mixed Method, Survey Methodology
Policy: Conflict and Violence, Corruption, Governance