Andrea Wolfe is a Senior Associate with more than twenty years’ experience focused on project design for international development assistance, training needs assessment and project monitoring and evaluation. Ms. Wolfe has worked on projects in Latin America, Africa, and Central and Eastern Europe. She served as Chief of Party on USAID Legislative Development efforts in Mozambique, Political Development Coordinator for the Democratization Department of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Project Director of various public administration projects funded by the European Union in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Field Office Director for the Carter Center in Mozambique during the 1999 elections and as Program Director on projects in Brazil, Niger, Morocco, and Kenya which have targeted parliamentary development, civil society, public administration training and reform and political parties and elections. She is currently the Director of the USAID-funded Agile Harmonized Assistance for Devolved Institutions Project (AHADI) in Kenya. She holds an M.A. in International Development. Her areas of interest include democratic development as well as results based management and monitoring and evaluation. Ms. Wolfe is fluent in French, Portuguese and Italian, and conversant in Spanish.