Lauren Rosapep

Lauren Rosapep

Research Associate

About Lauren Rosapep

Lauren Rosapep is the Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation lead for Tanzania and Nigeria, and the lead qualitative researcher for the SHOPS Plus project. She has over 10 years of experience as a researcher and evaluator of US government and donor-funded health, economic growth, and social service programs. Her background includes family planning, child health, STI and HIV prevention, youth development, education, and social entrepreneurship. Rosapep has worked on USAID-funded projects in global health and agriculture. Her research has emphasized the use of qualitative methods to understand processes, dynamics, and perspectives that affect program implementation. She holds a BS in foreign service from Georgetown University and a MA in social service administration from the University of Chicago. 

Expertise

Process and implementation evaluation; logic models and results frameworks; qualitative research design and analysis; survey implementation and design; technical writing and reporting

Country Experience

Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Botswana, Ghana, Guatemala, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, Tanzania, South Africa

Authored Publication

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