Director, Research & Evaluation
Carina Omoeva is the Director of Research and Evaluation for the Global Education, Employment and Engagement business unit at FHI 360. She oversees the research and evaluation components within FHI 360’s programs in global education, youth, workforce transition, livelihoods, and civil society and media. She is also the Director of FHI 360’s Education Policy and Data Center, a research and data resource for education professionals and researchers globally. In this capacity, she oversees the development and implementation of the Center’s research agenda, and leads its research in education, workforce, and youth for FHI 360. She is currently the Principal Investigator and Team Leader for the USAID Youth PowerAction project developing a soft skills measurement tool for youth, to be completed in 2019.
Before joining FHI 360, Omoeva carried out research for the Early College project, funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and implemented by the Teachers College, Columbia University; and served in the economic development and education teams for USAID in Central Asia. Omoeva has a master’s degree in International Education Policy from the Harvard Graduate School and Education and a doctorate degree in Comparative and International Education from the Teachers College of Columbia University.