Syed Aman Ali

Monitoring Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Specialist

Aman is currently based in Myanmar where he's serving as Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Specialist for "Fish for Livelihoods", a project funded by USAID. He is an Atlas Corps fellow, United States of America (U.S.), a yearlong residential leadership development program for mid-career social change agents, and an International Program for Development Evaluation Training (IPDET) fellow Switzerland, largest evaluation community of the world. He represented his country as a delegate in evaluation conferences in Egypt, Greece, Mexico, Uganda, and Thailand, to name few. In his decade long international and national experience in the field of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E), he led teams to transform programs and projects in different organizations including government, international development, and management consulting. As a service to community, Aman established Pakistan Evaluation Association (PEA) as a co-founder, and he is an active member of various regional and international evaluation associations. He has secured MPA from University of the Punjab and bestowed with roll of honor and merit certificate, and an MBA from International Islamic University with distinction. He enjoys travelling, reading books, and love conversations with people from different backgrounds.