Angela Schlenkhoff-Hus

Senior Evaluation and Learning Consultant

Specialisms:

refugees and asylum seekers, learning disabilities, youth employment, community development and health & wellbeing, technology for good

Angela is a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) professional with over 10 years of experience. Having project managed evaluations, developed MEL frameworks, and delivered training, she has strong technical MEL skills and is competent in mixed method approaches with a particular interest in qualitative data collection and analysis. Previous roles of Angela’s include leading MEL in the Employee Volunteering function at Volunteering Matters and being Programme Director and then CEO of Coalition for Efficiency, a small charity providing impact measurement and management support to other micro- and small organisations. Angela is also the Chair and ‘impact trustee’ of The Josephine & Jack Project, a Newcastle-based learning disability charity. She holds a PhD from Kent University in Social Anthropology, an MSc in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies and a BA in Social Anthropology from Kent University.

Angela Schlenkhoff-Hus

Senior Evaluation and Learning Consultant

Specialisms:

refugees and asylum seekers, learning disabilities, youth employment, community development and health & wellbeing, technology for good

Angela is a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) professional with over 10 years of experience. Having project managed evaluations, developed MEL frameworks, and delivered training, she has strong technical MEL skills and is competent in mixed method approaches with a particular interest in qualitative data collection and analysis. Previous roles of Angela’s include leading MEL in the Employee Volunteering function at Volunteering Matters and being Programme Director and then CEO of Coalition for Efficiency, a small charity providing impact measurement and management support to other micro- and small organisations. Angela is also the Chair and ‘impact trustee’ of The Josephine & Jack Project, a Newcastle-based learning disability charity. She holds a PhD from Kent University in Social Anthropology, an MSc in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies and a BA in Social Anthropology from Kent University.