Beement Alemayehu

Evaluation Analyst, Performance Measurement Practice

M.Sc. Development Management, London School of Economics and Political Science, 2019
B.A. Economics and International Development, McGill University, 2016

Beement Alemayehu contributes quantitative analysis, qualitative analysis, writing, and research to multiple assignments for international development and humanitarian organizations, including WFP, UNICEF, and the AfDB. Beement has strong quantitative and qualitative skills, including data collection, data cleaning, data visualization, data management, and statistical programming languages. He has several years of experience in international development, including monitoring and evaluation, development economics, food security, livelihoods, disaster risk reduction, and agriculture.

Prior to joining Universalia, Beement worked with IHS Markit as a Country Risk Analyst covering Sub-Saharan Africa. He has work experience in international development, country risk analysis, consulting, macroeconomics, finance, public policy, and management. Beement holds an MSc in Development Management from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Development Studies from McGill University in Montreal. Beement’s academic training specializes in macroeconomics, development economics, and international development. Beement is fluent in English, Amharic and Spanish with working proficiency in French.