Kelly Church is an international development practitioner specializing in Information and Communication Technologies for Development (ICT4D). Kelly’s data initiatives work includes the development of Responsible Data policies and redesign of an information management system in Azraq Refugee Camp; her ICT4D expertise includes consultations with peer organizations with expertise in technology in programs used to create key recommendations for CARE’s ICT4D strategy.
Kelly served as Project Director at SIMLab from 2014 to 2017. She led project management and implementation of our DFID-funded mobile money project in Kenya. In 2015, Kelly returned to Washington, DC, where she provided technical advice on SIMLab’s implementation portfolio, most recently redesigning an Early Warning System in Kenya. Her work centers around effective community and organizational interactions, such as creative two-way communications and feedback mechanisms, and creating methodologies for evidence-based design. Kelly is currently pursuing a MA in Law and Diplomacy at The Fletcher School at Tufts University.
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