Karen Erdoo has over a decade's experience with M&E, research, knowledge management - translating evaluation evidence into action for multi-sectoral programmes including food and agriculture, policy and advocacy, climate change, health systems among others. She has served with the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, in the private sector-led development space, the academia and research centres, using quantitative and qualitative approaches to inform the evidence-based strategy of action for adapting development programmes. Before joining CAS secretariat, she worked as an Action Researcher with the International Fertilizer Development Centre, as a part of the Partnership Resource Centre team; and as an M&E expert with UNIDO-Nigeria. An alumnus of the United Nations Executive Leadership Program in Evaluation and Sustainable Development Goals, she has developed expertise in mainstreaming the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. A Nigerian national, Karen Erdoo holds the University of Exeter’s One Planet MBA, a sustainable business education that equips MBAs to be responsible economic, social, and environmental stewards. She also holds an M.Sc. in Public Health from the University of Lagos.