Mr. Thompson provides overall leadership, management, and technical direction for a developmental evaluation of USAID’s flagship investment in maternal newborn health in Indonesia.

Mr. Thompson leads Social Impact’s two-year developmental evaluation of USAID’s flagship maternal newborn health activity in Indonesia. Previously, he served as Deputy Chief of Party on Social Impact’s Liberia Strategic Analysis, delivering leadership and technical expertise, and as a Senior Technical Specialist, providing oversight and quality control for performance evaluation contracts globally.

Mr. Thompson has 14 years of experience leading monitoring, evaluation and learning for USAID-funded activities in Afghanistan, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kosovo, Liberia, Macedonia, Pakistan, and the West Bank. He has built MEL systems for activities in the governance, education, health, and economic growth sectors. Notably, Mr. Thompson led a summative evaluation of an Ebola response program in Liberia and managed MEL for USAID’s largest stabilization program at the time in Afghanistan.

Mr. Thompson has a MPA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and a BS from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.