Tess Shiras

Tess Shiras

Senior Analyst - Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation

About Tess Shiras

Tess Shiras is a Research, Monitoring, and Evaluation Specialist on the SHOPS Plus project. She has four years of experience in global health programmatic and academic research and health policy analysis. Her background includes research in maternal, child, and neonatal health, sanitation, and gender. Shiras holds an MSPH in international health and social and behavioral interventions from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in public policy from Duke University.

Expertise

Qualitative research methods, gender and women’s empowerment, social and behavior change communication

Country experience

India, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria

Authored Publications

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