Anne Laesecke is a monitoring, evaluation, and research practitioner with over seven years of experience in international education development.
Previously, Anne served as a Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor for programs related to international youth leadership, anti-human trafficking, education, and organizational performance improvement. In these roles, she developed and implemented youth-led evaluations in Ghana, Kenya, and South Africa using methods such as Most Significant Change and Ripple Effect Mapping. She also spent six months in Nepal conducting action research in child labor and human trafficking, and lived in Ukraine where she taught English with the Peace Corps. She has an MA in international education from the George Washington University and a BA in linguistics and French from the University of Colorado.