Tasha Truant, a Principal at GGI, is passionate about improving the lives of beneficiaries through enhancing the performance of the organizations that serve them. She is experienced in designing and conducting organizational assessments, evaluations, and other applied research studies which use qualitative and quantitative data collection methods to produce evidence-based conclusions and recommendations. She also enjoys the front-end work of performance measurement, in the development of plans and frameworks to manage for results.
In addition, Tasha is a facilitator and trainer, having designed and delivered learning experiences in her areas of expertise that range from one-day workshops to multi-week capacity development initiatives. In these various capacities, Tasha has served diverse clientele from the UN system, development banks, foreign governments, NGOs, and the Government of Canada. Her professional experience spans Ghana, China, Vanuatu, Philippines, Bangladesh, Jamaica, Nicaragua, Switzerland, and the USA.
Tasha holds a Master of Arts from the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. Her undergraduate degree is from the University of Guelph, where she received an Honours Bachelor of Arts in International Development.
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