Climate Resilience and Justice in the Caribbean

Alecia Bennett-Bryan, PMP, is a Research and Monitoring Specialist with over ten (10) years of experience and expertise in the areas of Project Management, Results-based Management (RBM), Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and Social Policy Research.

She is currently employed as a Monitoring and Evaluation Analyst at the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) tasked with the responsibility of engendering Monitoring and Evaluation and Learning (MEL) across development programmes in support of institutional strengthening: World Bank’s Integrated Community Development Project (ICDP); Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project (DVRP) and the Caribbean Development Bank’s Basic Needs Trust Fund Cycle 9 (BNTF) through the use of M&E approaches and the development of RBM frameworks employing the Theory of Change (ToC). She has co-authored a number of instrumental publications in the areas of sustainable development, justice sector reform and international migration and development.

Mrs. Bennett-Bryan is the holder of a Master of Science Degree in Sociology (Distinction) and Post Graduate Diploma in Education (Distinction) from the University of the West Indies, Mona, as well as a Project Management Professional Certificate from the Project Management Institute in United States of America.


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