Anastasia Gaisenok

Monitoring & Evaluation Officer

Born and raised in Belarus, Anastasia is located on the unceded lands of the Coast Salish people, British Columbia, Canada. She brings more than fifteen years of experience working on complex social change initiatives around poverty reduction, health promotion, violence prevention, and civic engagement involving youth, women, immigrants, Indigenous, rural, and remote communities. Through Green Amber Consulting her focus is on designing, implementing, and evaluating educational, capacity-building and leadership programs using the latest social innovation frameworks, as well as organizational development and coaching. Anastasia holds a BA in Anthropology, an MA in International Development, and a Certificate in Evaluation for Social Change and Transformational Learning.

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Helen's Daughters (HD) is a non-profit organization that focuses on the economic development of rural women through improved market access, adaptive agricultural techniques, and capacity-building.

Contact Info

The Pyramid
Pointe Seraphine,
Castries, St. Lucia.

+1 758-287-7700
info@helensdaughters.org

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