Christina Williams (she/her/hers) is the Learning and Evaluation Senior Officer at Global Fund for Women.
A first-generation Caribbean-American, Christina brings a decolonization and feminist lens to her evaluation and research work. She joins the team with significant experience with USAID, CDC, and PEPFAR donors in humanitarian and development monitoring, evaluation, and research in gender, health, and human rights technical areas. Christina began her career at Save the Children, where she was a Program Associate and then a Guyer Fellow working in the Kenya Office conducting a qualitative study on gender norms and adolescent saving habits. She received an MSc in Demography and Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a BA in Anthropology and International Affairs from the George Washington University. She speaks English, French, and Swahili (basic). Her main hobbies include cycling, baking, painting, attending concerts, and creating the perfect work-from-home playlist.
Christina’s current work focuses on strengthening learning and evaluation capacity and the evidence base for increased investment in local feminist organizations globally.