EVELYN SALLAH (SHE/HER)
Evelyn Sallah is a Sierra Leonean-Gambian American social justice activist and gender M&E expert. She is passionate about Black women owning our experiences, and leading interventions designed for us by us. She is a thought leader and technical advisor on the situation of women and girls, with a geographic focus on West, Central, and East Africa. As an independent consultant, she has provided gender, M&E support to various clients including Oxford Policy Management and UNICEF.
Evelyn has 14 years of international development experience working at the intersection of harmful traditional practices, education, HIV/AIDS, sexual reproductive health and rights, and gender-based violence. She has a Master’s Degree in African Studies & Research from Howard University and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Spelman College.