Emily Routh

Senior Learning and Evaluation Manager

Specialisms:

Gender equity and equality, sport for development, child protection and youth leadership

Emily is an accomplished monitoring, evaluation and learning professional with over 10 years’ experience in the field. Applying a wealth of skills and knowledge gained through evaluation roles at inFocus Comic Relief and Itad, Emily leads inFocus impact evaluations with a thematic focus on youth, gender empowerment and sport for development. She demonstrates efficiency leading on evaluation design, client liaison, data collection and analysis, holding overall responsibility for final products. Emily is currently project managing an evaluation of the Virgin Money Foundation’s Young Change Makers Fellowship programme. She has previously managed a range of projects for clients, including three consecutive years of evaluating the GamCare women’s programme (aiming to reduce gambling-related harm), benchmarking communities of practice for child protection for Terre des hommes and an evaluation of the Big Lottery Funded Spirit of 2012, focused on community legacy from the 2012 UK Olympic and Paralympic Games. Emily holds an MA in Development Management from the University of Manchester and has participated in various monitoring, evaluation and learning training courses.

Emily Routh

Senior Learning and Evaluation Manager

Specialisms:

Gender equity and equality, sport for development, child protection and youth leadership

Emily is an accomplished monitoring, evaluation and learning professional with over 10 years’ experience in the field. Applying a wealth of skills and knowledge gained through evaluation roles at inFocus Comic Relief and Itad, Emily leads inFocus impact evaluations with a thematic focus on youth, gender empowerment and sport for development. She demonstrates efficiency leading on evaluation design, client liaison, data collection and analysis, holding overall responsibility for final products. Emily is currently project managing an evaluation of the Virgin Money Foundation’s Young Change Makers Fellowship programme. She has previously managed a range of projects for clients, including three consecutive years of evaluating the GamCare women’s programme (aiming to reduce gambling-related harm), benchmarking communities of practice for child protection for Terre des hommes and an evaluation of the Big Lottery Funded Spirit of 2012, focused on community legacy from the 2012 UK Olympic and Paralympic Games. Emily holds an MA in Development Management from the University of Manchester and has participated in various monitoring, evaluation and learning training courses.