Hassan Baroudy is a Director of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) at IBTCI’s Home Office, managing the USAID/Iraq Performance Management and Support Program (PMSP). Prior to the Director role, Mr. Baroudy was IBTCI’s Chief of Party (COP) in Jordan for the USAID/Bureau of Humanitarian Assistance-Yemen Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Project (YMELP) project. He has more than 22+ years of senior management and technical experience in stabilization, humanitarian aid, monitoring, evaluation & learning, governance, civil society strengthening and new business development as well as in building resilience of community programs in developing countries. With senior management experience at both headquarters and field levels, along with having worked for USAID as a certified COR/AOR, Mr. Baroudy is recognized for his close collaboration with international donors, host government officials and civil society actors in conducting assessments and evaluating projects to strengthen performance monitoring for USAID MEL portfolio-wide platforms and implementing partner organizations; and, is a leader in project start-ups/close-outs, capacity building & training for key stakeholders in community driven initiatives. Mr. Baroudy was also a Chief of Party and Deputy Chief of Party on six USAID funded programs in Afghanistan, Iraq, Morocco, Syria and Yemen where he successfully implemented MEL-Third Party Monitoring, women/youth engagement, electoral reform and local governance projects. Mr. Baroudy holds an M.A. in International Relations/Conflict Management and International Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Mr. Baroudy is a former Peace Corps volunteer having served in Niger, West Africa from 1993 to 1996.