Hello from the new Climate-Eval moderator!

Hello to the Climate-Eval community! My name is Shanna Edberg, and I am the new moderator of Climate-Eval. 

For a little bit about my background, I am currently in my second year working at the Global Environment Facility's Independent Evaluation Office. I am part of the Performance Team here, which focuses on assessing the internal workings of the GEF, evaluating new organizational initiatives, and providing feedback on the GEF’s portfolio of completed projects. I hope to bring some of this experience to future Climate-Eval blogs.

That said, I don’t want to take over the conversation! If you have an idea for a blog based on your own experiences in climate change evaluation, please send it over to climate-eval@climate-eval.org. Also, if you have a question or a comment for the community, feel free to post it in our LinkedIn group. And don’t forget about our elibrary resource full of free, downloadable studies. 

We would love to hear from you!


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