Hazel is a monitoring and evaluation practitioner and a PhD student at the UEA. Her research interests are on program evaluation, education development and education policy. Her doctoral dissertationn is supervised by Dr. Catherine Jere and Dr. Maren Duvendack and seeks to investigate the utilisation of evaluations in education policy development in Kenya.
Hazel has a Master of Philosophy degree in Programme Evaluation from the University of Cape Town and has experience working with Non-Governmental organisations in Sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to beginning her doctorate degree, she worked as a monitoring and evaluation officer for a social enterprise in Kenya and before that, as a monitorignn and evalautaion offiicer for an education development organisation in South Africa.
2019- Associate Tutor, Development in Practice, University of East Anglia
2016-2018- Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, Ushahidi Inc., Nairobi Kenya
2016-2017- Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant
2014-2016- Monitoring and Evaluation Officer, The Joint Education Trust, Johannesburg,South Africa
Key Research Interests
Programme monitoring and evaluation, impact evaluation, theory driven evaluation, realist evaluation, education development, policy development, youth development, qualitative research and statistics.
Programme evaluation methods and qualitive research methods
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
Master of Philosophy, University of Cape Town
25 Jan 2013 → 14 Dec 2013
Award Date: 14 Jun 2014
Monitoring and Evaluation Officer , Ushahidi Inc.
28 Nov 2016 → 30 Sep 2018
The Joint Education Trust; South Africa
3 Feb 2014 → 3 Feb 2016