Ekaterina Shaleva is a Consultant at Itad. Since joining in 2018 as a Research Analyst, she has worked on a number of projects related to governance, anti-corruption, gender and social inclusion. She has strong technical experience in monitoring and evaluation, conducting research, evidence mapping and synthesis.
Prior to joining Itad, Ekaterina worked as an independent consultant researching gender-based violence in Eastern Europe and Central Asia to inform grant-making strategy, and as a Grants Adviser supporting the pre-contracting stage of a challenge fund to advance sexual and reproductive health rights in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Ekaterina has also worked as a researcher and evaluator in various non-governmental organisations in Tunisia.
She holds a master’s in development management from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a bachelor’s degree in economics and development studies from Brown University.