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Strategic advisory services Kevin Wandolowski


key skills:

  • Statistical Analysis
  • Monitoring and Evaluation Framework Development
  • Data Collection
  • Local Stakeholder Capacity Building


  • English
  • Spanish

Kevin Wandolowski Senior Manager of Monitoring and Evaluation

Kevin Wandolowski is a monitoring and evaluation (M&E) expert with over 10 years of statistical analysis experience for international organizations and the United States Government in public health, water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH), development and humanitarian contexts. Kevin brings years of experience conducting M&E field data collection, in addition to designing, training, and establishing locally driven M&E systems and approaches. Kevin has collaborated with stakeholders at all levels in M&E in 13 countries, with local non-governmental organizations (NGOs), local government ministries, and international aid agencies.

Kevin aims to establish sustainable M&E systems that are driven and maintained by the local community by emphasizing training and capacity building of local stakeholders. Kevin joined Water For People in 2017 as the Senior Manager of Monitoring and Evaluation. He currently leads and manages Water For People’s M&E strategy and framework for all nine country programs (Bolivia, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Peru, Rwanda, Uganda, Malawi, and India). Kevin designs data collection tools for all program work, designs monitoring methodology and instruments, and supports local governments, partners, and global staff on training and capacity building of program monitoring methodologies and processes. Since Kevin began in this role, he has trained country program staff on data cleaning and analysis to a point where the M&E data cleaning is now mainly conducted by country programs with oversight and review from the headquarters. Not only are country program staff capable of leading and maintaining their M&E approach, but the government of Nicaragua is now completely in charge of M&E of their WASH programs as a result of Water For People’s support, with the governments of Bolivia, Honduras, and Rwanda in the process of completing this transition. Kevin’s proven ability to scale locally driven monitoring approaches is essential to the sustainability of global WASH programming.

He holds a master’s degree in Public Health from the University of Georgia and bachelor’s degree in Sociology from DePaul University.

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