Heba Al-Nasser was an Academy fellow with the Middle East and North Africa Programme. Prior to joining Chatham House in October 2014, she worked as a monitoring and evaluation specialist with Noor Al-Hussein Foundation in Jordan for several years.
Heba specializes in evaluating community development programmes internationally and locally in Jordan - with a particular focus on policy impact evaluation. She is currently researching the role of civil society in the MENA Region, specifically in Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia. Heba is a Fulbright and a Chevening Scholar and holds an MSc in Social Policy and Development: NGOs from the London School of Economics.
- Monitoring and evaluation, civil society
- Local and international community development
- Monitoring and evaluation of development programmes
- Policy analysis and evaluation
- Civil society
|2014-15||Academy Fellow, Middle East and North Africa Programme, Chatham House|
|2010-14||Head of Monitoring and Evaluation Department, Community Development Programme/ Noor Al-Hussein Foundation|
|2013- present||M&E Freelance Consultant. Projects include The Global and Thematic Evaluation of the MDG Achievement Fund, UNDP (Ethiopia and Bangladesh); and Evaluation of the Information, Counselling, and Legal Assistance program, Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Palestine|
|2009-10||Business Development Manager at ArabiCollege, Dubai|
Arabic Language Instructor, Fulbright Scholar at the University of Scranton, USA
|2007-08||Field Trainer, Save the Children Organization, Jordan|
- Arabic and English (broadcast standard)
- French (not for broadcast)