Amber Moffett is a senior researcher in the International Development Division at AIR specializing in gender; democracy, rights, and governance; conflict-affected environments; and food security. Moffett has over 15 years of professional experience in project management and coordination, applied research and analysis, and evaluations. She currently manages the Myanmar Analytical Activity, an on-demand research project aimed at providing USAID/Burma with information and insights necessary to make informed, evidence-based programmatic decisions.
Moffett's primary responsibilities include leading a team of approximately 20 international researchers, designing and managing research project development and implementation using a mixed methods approach, ensuring appropriate gender mainstreaming and inclusion, conducting qualitative and quantitative research and analysis using both primary and secondary data, and contributing to the writing and editing of technical reports.
Moffett’s international research and evaluation experience includes work with vulnerable populations, such as refugees and conflict-affected persons, as well as those working within complex emergency environments. She is fluent in English, holds conversational proficiency in both French and Spanish, and elementary proficiency in Arabic.