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Director, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning Chris Gegenheimer

Chris Gegenheimer is a director for Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Technology and leads efforts in rolling out new data collection, management, analysis, and visualization technologies across home and project offices. Since joining Chemonics Mr. Gegenheimer has been in the MEL department supporting proposal and project teams in Latin America and the Caribbean, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. Previously he worked in the Knowledge Management and Evaluation Unit at Global Communities (formerly CHF). Mr. Gegenheimer has a master’s degree in international peace and conflict resolution from American University, and bachelor’s degrees in religious studies and biology from the College of William and Mary.


Blog Posts by Chris Gegenheimer

Good, Cheap, Fast – Pick Two

This post originally appeared on the DevResults blog. Back in September, Chemonics and DevResults spoke at MERL Tech DC about the inherent compromise involved when purchasing enterprise software. In short, if you want good software that does everything you want exactly the way you want it, cheap software that is affordable and sustainable, and fast…

To Build a Culture of Data Visualization – Celebrate!

With each passing year and technological advancement, society creates more data. This much data can be both a blessing and a curse. We have an expectation that with more data, better decisions will surely follow. Of course, this assumes that we understand what the data is telling us. With so much data coming at us,…

The “Do You Believe Me?” Test for Choosing Indicators

Most development practitioners know what an indicator is. It measures a particular characteristic or dimension of strategy-, project-, or activity-level results. It is meant to tell you (i.e. indicate), how far or close you are to your identified result. For example, if you are trying to lose weight, your indicator is your daily weight according…