Role at FSG
Katelyn participates in the design and implementation of traditional and innovative approaches to evaluation in the philanthropic sector. She has been involved in evaluating a 5-year, $24 million initiative to support the development of information and media projects in communities across the United States.
Katelyn previously worked as an analyst on social and economic issues affecting women and families with the National Center for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. She evaluated elements of a statewide trachoma eradication initiative in Chiapas, Mexico, and explored opportunities for collaboration to prevent and respond to human trafficking in Central America.
- Harvard School of Public Health, MS, Department of Society, Human Development, and Health
- Georgetown University, BS in Health Studies and Latin American Development, School of Nursing and Health Studies
- American Evaluation Association, Member
- Social Impact Exchange, Member
On working at FSG
“I’m at FSG because I believe in increasing the power of philanthropic work to solve the world’s most pressing problems. When I joined FSG, I was excited to be a part of a community devoted to improving the effectiveness of social impact efforts. Coming from a background in public health, I understand how poverty, education, access to information, and other social, economic, and political conditions affect peoples’ opportunity for achieving health and well-being. I am excited to work on strategic learning and evaluation projects in many of these sectors, so that philanthropic dollars are used most effectively.”