Evaluation Ambassadors

Help us to build the community and widen your network

Become an EEAP Evaluation Ambassador

Evaluation Ambassadors are advocates of evaluation and principal contact points for evaluation in specific countries. They will share information about Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific with their colleagues and could be the core of a future conference planning committee. They will also work with individuals from international organizations who support evaluation in Asia.

Responsibilities of Ambassadors

Being an Ambassador is a win/win proposition for individuals personally and professionally. Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific offers high level/value resources to the evaluation community at no charge. By being an Ambassador, individuals are part of a team of evaluation advocates that people can contact for more information. Ambassadors would help to build the evaluation community in Asia by:

  • Suggesting and helping to organise events and webinars that would help to develop evaluation capacity in their country.
  • Participate on the Planning Committee for the next Asia Evaluation Conference (2019)
  • Helping Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific to reach out to evaluators who would benefit from joining the community
  • Raising awareness of the Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific website and the knowledge base available through Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific.

Being an Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific Evaluation Ambassador would bring networking opportunities and professional recognition and you would be able to attend Energy Evaluation Asia Pacific events free of charge.

If you are interested in participating as an Evaluation Ambassador, please contact: Edward Vine

Our Ambassadors

AUSTRALIA – Angelica Austin

AUSTRALIA – Charles Xu

BANGLADESH – Dipal Chandra Barua

BHUTAN – Karma Namgyel

CANADA – Marie Couture-Roy

CHINA – Jialing Hong

CHINA – Steivan Defilla

FIJI and PACIFIC ISLANDS COUNTRIES AND TERRITORIES – Monica Wabuke

FRANCE – Melanie Slade

HONGKONG, CHINA – Zhao Xu

INDIA – Archana Walia

INDIA – Naman Gupta

INDONESIA – Rislima Sitompul

INDONESIA – Tubagus Iqbal

INDONESIA – Friga Siera Ragina

KYRGYZSTAN – Elvira Asanova

LAOS – Somphanh Phomma

MALAYSIA – Jagathisvaran Ramachandran

MALAYSIA – Sarah Sharuddin

MEXICO – Juan Ignacio Navarrete

NEPAL – Ram Chandra Khanal

NEPAL – Gana Pati Ojha

NEW ZEALAND – Nina Campbell

PAKISTAN – Hur Hassnain

PAPUA NEW GUINEA – Bruce Hoga

PHILIPPINES – Philip Penaflor

PHILIPPINES – Romeo Santos

REPUBLIC OF KOREA – Hae-in Cho

RUSSIA – Ilya Dolmatov

SINGAPORE – Liu Yang

SRI LANKA – Asela Kalugampitiya

THAILAND – Boonrod Yaowapruek

UNITED KINGDOM / Europe  – Charles Michaelis

UNITED STATES – Kevin Cooney, Phil Degens & Edward Vine

VIETNAM – Hoang Viet Dung