Susan D. Tamondong is the Vice-President of IDEAS and Advisor at UN Women Evaluation Advisory Council in New York. She is co-founder of the evaluation association in the Philippines (PhilDev); and member of Eval-Partners Management Group (EPMG). Actively involved in evaluation networks, Susan has over twenty years global experience in international development in over 50 countries and has worked with various international organizations including the World Bank, UNHCR, Inter-American and Asian Development Bank, various private consulting companies, governments, NGOs, and the academe.
She lectured at American University in Washington DC and Oxford, UK. She specializes in resettlement, social impact and poverty reduction, gender issues, development-induced involuntary displacement. Susan obtained post-graduate education in social policy from the University of Oxford, UK; Masters degree in International Communication from The American University, School of International Service in Washington DC with distinction; Bachelor of Science from the University of the Philippines, Diliman Quezon City, and management and law studies from Asian Institute of Management and Ateneo Graduate School in Manila. She obtained certificates of formal evaluation training programs from IPDET in Carleton University, Canada in 2004 and 2012; and from the Advanced Evaluation Program at the School of Economics in University of Bologna, Italy in 2013.
Susan is a published author in resettlement and evaluation. She wrote a chapter on “The Future of Evaluation: Perspectives from Developing Countries” in The Future of Evaluation, edited by W. Meyer and R. Stockman, Palgrave MacMillan, UK, 2016, among other publications. She is an independent consultant and provides mentoring to young evaluators around the globe.
Second Term of Office expires: March 31, 2018