Keri Culver is an independent evaluator, researcher and trainer.
For Keri’s deepest sectoral experience and selected reports, please click here.
She has done fieldwork for over twenty years, conducting a range of evaluations and research projects using methods from the highly qualitative (ethnographies, case studies, and focus and discussion groups) to the highly quantitative (including experimental or RCT and quasi-experimental impact evaluation designs). Keri specializes in evaluating programs for hard-to-reach and marginalized populations and in countries affected by conflict. She is also an active and engaging evaluation capacity developer: training in evaluation, field research, ethics, and other topics.
For Keri’s experience in building evaluation and research methods capacity and training on related topics, please click here.
Keri has evaluated programming in the following sectors:
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Countries of field experience:
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Bosnia, Cambodia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Georgia, Guatemala, Honduras, Indonesia, Jamaica, Jordan, Kenya, Kosovo, Liberia, Mexico, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, Russia, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Suriname, Tanzania, Uganda, United States, Zambia, Zimbabwe
Keri is a Certified Performance Technologist with the International Society for Performance Improvement and an active, long-standing member of the American Evaluation Association.