Project Managing Director, PELE
Over the past four years at TIES, Roxane has supported, managed, and led a portfolio of projects across the Measurement, Systems, and Scale work stream of the Primary Education and Learning in Emergencies (PELE) team. She has supported the growth of TIES by strengthening external partnerships with key stakeholders, while also developing systems and processes for managing large, dynamic, multi-country projects. Roxane has forged strong partnerships with policy makers, practitioners, and researchers across the Middle East and Latin America, leading to significant capacity strengthening and policy change within the contexts in which we work. Prior to her role at TIES, Roxane worked in local government conducting needs assessments and developing measurable indicators to monitor the impact of targeted funding on key child and youth outcomes. She holds a Masters’ degree in Applied Psychology from New York University, and a Bachelors’ degree in Psychology with a focus on Education from the University of California at Berkeley.