Amy Nye is a senior program associate on the evaluation and adaptive learning team with Results for Development (R4D). She supports evaluation and adaptive learning engagements on several programs, including the Health Systems Strengthening Accelerator (HSSA) and Rapid Feedback Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (RF MERL). She also supports R4D’s strategic partnership with the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
Throughout her career, Ms. Nye has focused largely on improving health in West Africa. She most recently worked with Helen Keller International in Senegal to establish a monitoring and evaluation system for their vitamin A supplementation portfolio. She also supported a nutrition research study in Guinea, where she oversaw data collection, analysis and interpretation. Ms. Nye also worked for several years on the USAID-funded Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) project with the University Research Co., LLC, where she provided technical, financial, and administrative support for the Francophone Africa portfolio.
Ms. Nye holds a master’s degree in public health in global health program design, monitoring and evaluation from the Milken Institute at the George Washington University. She is a native English speaker and speaks fluent French.