Theresa first joined CfC as a volunteer to develop a monitoring and evaluation program for the 30/30 Project. In 2017, she joined the CfC staff as an Impact Specialist. Theresa oversees the 30/30 Project’s monitoring and evaluation efforts to measure the impact of our projects. She works with our Partners to collect quarterly data on eleven different indicators. Theresa uses this data to analyze our impact and ensure that quality healthcare care access is increased in Partner communities.
Prior to working at CfC, Theresa worked as a project manager at an architecture firm crafting development strategies and land use plans. She served as the ‘glue’ on projects, not only to ensure their on-budget, on-time delivery, but also to facilitate clear communication across multiple disciplines. Her international experience includes a design-build project in rural Mexico, working for the Netherlands Antilles Park Service, and working for the Government of Belize. She has a passion for sustainable, culturally appropriate design and evidence-based development interventions. She holds a Bachelors Of Landscape Architecture and a Masters of Public Administration, both from the University of Washington. In addition, she is a LEED accredited professional by the US Green Building Council and also has an AICP certification from the American Planning Association.