Joel is a Managing Consultant within IPE Triple Line's Private Sector Development practice. He has significant experience in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of private sector development programmes which reduce poverty and address market system failures. Joel has been responsible for the design and implementation of several quasi-experimental studies assessing the impact of interventions on smallholder farmers across a variety of agricultural value-chains. He was a co-author of the Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund's (AECF) 2014 and 2015 Impact Reports, and is the lead author of a learning paper which is assessing the impact of the AECF’s agribusiness portfolio on the creation of opportunities for decent work. Joel has also been responsible for the design of the monitoring and results measurement system for the World Bank’s Sierra Leone Agribusiness Development Fund, and has led a team conducting an outcome and output evaluation of the TradeMark East Africa Rwanda and Uganda country programmes. Prior to joining IPE Triple Line Joel worked in Deloitte UK's Strategy and Operations Consulting practice, where he worked within teams which advised clients across the Retail Banking, Healthcare and Life Sciences, and Manufacturing industries on the design of more insightful management reporting and data analytics tools. He has an MSc in Development Management from the London School of Economics, graduating with distinction, and a BA (First Class Hons) in Economics from the University of Exeter. Joel speaks intermediate Spanish and basic Kiswahili.
Joel has country experience in:
- Africa: Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe