The current SAMEA board members


I believe that my biggest contribution to SAMEA would be to provide an academic perspective to the current professionalization drive within the association.

Dr Lauren Wildschut: Chair
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I will ensure that SAMEA is accessed by more not for profit organizations and the skills are developed within this sector

Ms Jerusha Govender: Deputy Chair

I would seek to encourage SAMEA as an industry body to become more relevant to a broader audience by leveraging new channels

Ms Alyna Wyatt: Treasurer

I will facilitate the establishment of Provincial SAMEA Chapters/Networks in partnership with key role-players in the respective province; and facilitate the development of M&E capacity amongst membership

Dr Victor Naidu

I am really committed to strengthening evaluators in South Africa and hope to be involved in a portfolio where I can exercise my passion.

Ms Nozipho Ngwabi

I will facilitate the link between the corporate sector and M&E, thus encouraging the utility of M&E beyong the public and NPO sector

Mr Asgar Bhikoo

I would like to see SAMEA promoting the field of monitoring and evaluation to a range of audiences in South Africa – with messages that promote access to data, information, knowledge and skills.

Mr Gordon Freer
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I would like to see SAMEA that supports growth of the sector in a way that supports diversity of contributors. With more Universities offering M&E courses, SAMEA needs to have some influence on curriculum of M&E practitioners and guiding the profession.

Ms Matozi Amisi

The board has successfully begun moving SAMEA beyond conferences and listerves and it would be my goal to assist in taking it to the next level of growth.I believe that emphasis should be placed in strategic linkages and knowledge exchanges, firstly within SAMEA and beyond its member base.

Ms Anzél Schönfeldt
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I believe I am in a strong position to contribute towards steering the evaluation community and all the stakeholders in the evaluation value chain towards a thinking which appreciates that development is complex and can therefore not be addressed linearly.

Ms Aluwani Mauda