Brian Dooley is a Data Capture and Utilization Officer with the Research and Evaluation (R&E) Department at FHI 360. In this role he advises on data collection and reporting technology for the programs within the Global Education, Employment and Engagement (G3E) department.
Over the last decade at FHI 360, Dooley has conducted field work in Ghana, Haiti, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Nigeria, Tanzania, Tunisia and Uganda. In addition to supporting monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities, he designs and leads capacity building activities for partner governments in data management and analysis, specializing in Education Management Information Systems. He previously supported the Policy and Information Systems team and the Education Policy and Data Center. He has also contributed to research studies in integrated development, school-related gender-based violence and fidelity of implementation.
Dooley holds a Master’s in International Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education and a BA in International Relations from the State University of New York College at Geneseo. While at Harvard, he was elected to the Student Council, and was appointed as the first Technology Innovation Fellow. Prior to joining FHI 360 he taught science and English in Gangnam, South Korea.