Credentialed Evaluator, Canadian Evaluation Society, 2012
Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Oldenburg, 1999
M.A. German and English Language and Literature, Pedagogy, and Psychology, University of Oldenburg,1996
Anette Wenderoth has more than 20 years of experience in conducting social research, and more than 15 years of experience conducting evaluations of international development programs and projects. Thematically, her work focuses on education, gender equality and women’s rights, as well as on exploring the concepts of 'capacity development' and 'partnerships' in the context of international development assistance.
From 2001-2006 Dr. Wenderoth was part of the Universalia team managing the Educator Development Project (EDP) in Kosovo, Serbia and Montenegro, a Canadian government-funded initiative to strengthen pre-service and in-service teacher training and educational leadership. Since 2003, she has increasingly focused on program evaluation and has conducted more than 30 formative and summative evaluations for agencies such as the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), UNICEF, UN Women, the World Bank and the World Food Programme (WFP); for philanthropic foundations such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; and for private sector clients such as Siemens. Her geographic experience spans assignments in Armenia, Barbados, Bosnia Herzegovina, Botswana, Cambodia, Ecuador, Ethiopia, The Gambia, Jamaica, India, Kenya, Lao PDR, Macedonia, Malawi, Namibia, Romania, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Uganda, and Vietnam. Dr. Wenderoth is a skilled writer and experienced facilitator who is fluent in English and German.