Kwame Twum-Adabor is Montrose’s Quantitative/Statistics Lead for the DFID-funded Complementary Basic Education (CBE) Evaluation in Ghana. He has over 15 years’ experience of hands-on project management and quality assurance, working for multi-million dollar programmes/projects.
He has worked in the public and private sectors in developing performance management plans, M&E logframes, results frameworks, theories of change, real-time monitoring and evaluation systems and applications, conducting baseline surveys and impact evaluations as well as team building and management.
Kwame has worked with major stakeholder groups from academia to government, as well as with communities, marginalised groups, private sector actors, and civil society organisations. He has also been responsible for managing national-level events for USAID, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Open Society Initiative for West Africa portfolio, and World Vision International in Ghana.
Kwame is proficient in international best practices of performance management, benchmarking and baselines, monitoring, assessment, evaluation, strategy design, and a strong proponent of a learning culture within organisations through approaches such as collaborative learning and adaptation and other methods of enabling adaptive management through learning.
Kwame has an MSc in Social Policy and Planning in Developing Countries, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London, UK, and a BSc in Development Planning from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana.