Danae serves as an evaluation specialist and technical advisor on a range of impact evaluations, while contributing to the management and growth of the Impact Evaluation division. She brings over ten years of experiencing designing and implementing research and evaluations, drawing on experience with a broad range of quantitative and qualitative evaluation methodologies.
She is currently working on three urban water infrastructure impact evaluations for the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) in Tanzania, Jordan, and Lesotho. She has also evaluated HIV/AIDS and TB programming for USAID in Zimbabwe and Zambia. Prior to joining SI, Danae evaluated HIV/AIDS, maternal health, and malaria programs in Botswana, Kenya, and Uganda.
Danae spearheaded the development of SI’s Data Collection Toolkit – a set of tools that standardizes quality assurance for survey data collection, including electronic and mobile data collection. She has also developed and delivered trainings on evaluation management and methodology for USAID and the US Department of State.
Danae holds a Master of Science in Global Health and Population from the Harvard University School of Public Health, and a BA in Anthropology from the University of Chicago. Ms. Roumis speaks Greek and is proficient in Kiswahili.