Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS

With generous support from the Children's Investment Fund Foundation, the Campaign to End Pediatric HIV/AIDS (CEPA) focused on overcoming policy and implementation bottlenecks to scaling up prevention of parent-to-child transmission (PPTCT+) and pediatric diagnosis, treatment, and care programs in six focus countries in sub-Saharan Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Nigeria, and Mozambique. Innovations for Scaling Impact, between 2009 and 2011, developed monitoring systems and conducted an external evaluation of the project. As one member of that evaluation team, I focused my work on designing and building a user-centered communications platform that supported real-time virtual engagement across network partners, generated a dynamic knowledge base of effective practices, and further supported the advocacy efforts of the network partners. I was the lead designer and developer of an online, web-based shared electronic platform for data reporting.

Global Budget Movement Communications Platform

For this project in 2011, I worked with the International Budget Partnership, as part of Innovations for Scaling Impact, to identify and develop an appropriate communications platform to build and support a broad-based, cross-sector civil society movement around budget transparency for the effective collaboration and exchange of information.