Evidence and Learning Program Manager
Jaclyn Biedronski serves as the Evidence and Learning Program Manager for the Pulte Institute for Global Development’s Evidence and Learning Division. She is responsible for the implementation of a USAID project around building the evidence base for private sector engagement in global development work.
Prior to her work at Pulte, Jaclyn spent several years in the development arena. During her work with Global Mamas, a non-profit in Ghana, she designed and executed an innovation competition to increase employee participation. More recently, she served in the US Peace Corps as an Education Specialist in Mozambique. There she focused on teaching, youth engagement, and gender equity. As part of this experience, she designed and implemented a number of interventions to better serve the student population, including literacy programming and manuals, as well as trainings on gender equity and student-friendly schools. During her graduate studies, she brought this passion for empowering communities through knowledge transfer to her work with Chemonics International, where she co-developed a toolset for sustainable natural resource management. She is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Portuguese.
Jaclyn holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Florida and a Master of Global Affairs from the University of Notre Dame.