Liz Jordan is a senior water security, sanitation, and hygiene (WSSH) expert, with 10 years of experience working in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, with a particular focus on applying research and learning to WSSH programs. At DAI, Liz provides technical assistance to the design and backstopping of WSSH projects. Prior to joining DAI, Liz was a Senior Water and Sanitation Advisor at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)’s Center for Water Security, Sanitation and Hygiene. At USAID, Liz supported field missions with WSSH-related strategic planning and project design, led efforts to improve monitoring and evaluation, worked to build the capacity of USAID staff, and oversaw WSSH research and learning activities.

Earlier in her career, Liz worked for Innovations for Poverty Action in western Kenya, managing field implementation of a randomized control trial designed to study the effects of WSSH and nutrition interventions on child growth. Her Ph.D. research focused on post-disaster recovery outcomes following the Indian Ocean tsunami.

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