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Antonella Guidoccio is an expert in strategic planning, participatory research and evaluation and product management. She is passionate about helping teams to bring innovation and digital transformations to pressing needs of our society. She has extensive experience building results-based management system, planning and evaluation capacities and innovative human-centered interventions for NGOs, international organizations, and local and federal governments in Argentina, Australia, Latin America, and the US. Received a Masters in Public Policy and Manager at Carnegie Mellon University in 2013, awarded Australian Development Awards and Leadership Awards from AUSAid and graduated with highest distinction. Since 2016, is Co-Chair of EvalYouth Global Mentoring Program to empower young and emerging evaluation. She is also the founder of EvalYouth Latinamerica and EvalYouth Argentina. In 2017, she was awarded EvalPartners Awards for her contributions to the Latin American region.

Claudia Olavarria is a sociologist, evaluator and gender expert. She has 10 years of  professional experience as a planning and evaluation consultant for diverse organizations in Chile and abroad. During this years Claudia has worked assisting organizations that work with vulnerable groups such as women, children, youth and rural populations, among others. She actively promotes the use of gender and culturally responsive evaluations and the implementation of participatory approaches. During her career, Claudia has taught evaluation of social projects to under and postgraduate students in diverse universities in Chile  and has wide experience as an evaluation lecturer for diverse audiences.

Claudia is a passionate member of national and regional VOPEs and a founder member and actual co chair of the Latinamerican chapter or EvalYouth. In this space she actively promotes the development of the career of young and/or emerging evaluators in Latinamerica and abroad.

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