Amira Elibiary


Monitoring, Evaluation & Systems Lead

Amira is the Monitoring, Evaluation & Systems Lead. Amira serves as a shared professional capacity for the first cohort (cohort 1) of education entrepreneurs under the Anzisha Education Accelerator program.

Amira works closely with cohort 1 schools in Algeria, South Sudan, Uganda and Zimbabwe to develop the school’s monitoring capacity and data management processes and procedures. She is also in the process of developing and managing the overall M&E framework of the program.

Amira is monitoring, evaluation and research professional with multi-sectoral experience in M&E, program design and strategy in the corporate social investment, philanthropy and NGO context. She has experience in conceptualizing, training and onboarding of M&E frameworks and systems for organizations of different capacities and sizes within different African countries. In addition to experience in database design, she is well versed in the use of mobile applications and gamification to improve data quality as well as motivation among field workers.

Amira Elibiary


Facilitating theory of change and Design of data collection tools
Database design
Data visualization and mobile interface
Process-mapping & SOPs


Current, Certificate in Advanced Evaluations, Claremont Graduate University;
Postgraduate non-degree (politics & society of Israel; global communication in world affairs, theory and methods in Middle East and Asians Studies and politics of Middle East and North Africa), Columbia University, New York;
MA in International Affairs (focus ethnicity, identity and minority issues; related field in peace and conflict resolution) American University, Washington, DC
BA in Economics Hood College, Fredrick, MD.