Jennifer is a gender specialist with over 20 years of experience in livelihood analysis and early warning in Africa. Skilled in livelihood assessment and its utilization in early warning systems and evaluation, she has conducted household economy assessments and produced livelihood baseline profiles throughout Ethiopia and led a national livelihood zoning exercise in Zimbabwe for FEWS NET. Extensive training experience includes HEA trainings in Ethiopia and Mauritania, and the training and supervising of 35 field monitors in drought monitoring in northern Kenya over two years. Jennifer developed operational guidelines on social issues for the World Bank’s Nile Basin Initiative and drafted a HEA field handbook. Jennifer has experience in evaluations, having assessed food aid programs from a livelihoods perspective in Ethiopia and Kenya and evaluated SC-UK’s early warning projects in Ethiopia and Darfur, Sudan. Jennifer is proficient in French.