Julianne offers strong experience in designing, managing, and implementing evaluations of programs throughout the United States and Latin America. She is particularly adept at facilitating organizational and program development strategies—using theories of change, logic models, and mind mapping techniques—across diverse cultures, communities, and thematic areas. She is skilled in mixed methods research, including conducting site visits, interviews, and surveys, as well as SWOT, policy, and stakeholder analysis. She is fluent in Spanish.
Before joining Harder+Company, Julianne served for two years in the Peace Corps in Peru, working on youth development and health initiatives. Most recently she co-designed an evaluation for The Pulsera Project’s Social Impact Fund, which focuses on partnering with social change organizations in Nicaragua and promoting fair trade employment. She was also a researcher for the Andean Alliance for Sustainable Development (AASD) where she conducted policy analysis and created a survey to assess perceptions/practices related to organic agriculture in Peru. In her free time, Julianne loves attending arts and culture events, and discovering neighborhood live music venues.
- Master of Public Administration, Development Practice & Policy, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
- Bachelor of Arts and Science, Anthropology and International Studies, University of South Florida
Areas of Expertise
- Behavioral Health