Amy Kracker-Selzer, a managing director, has more than 10 years of expertise in international development; monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL); qualitative and spatial research methods; mixed methods; and project management. She serves as the program area lead for the International Development Division’s education; democracy, rights, and governance; and technical education and vocational training program area.
Dr. Kracker-Selzer is the project director for IMPAQ’s monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) contract for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)/Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) - USAID/MEASURE-BiH II. She also served as the project director for the preceding activity, USAID/MEASURE-BiH. This work provides USAID/Bosnia and Herzegovina with capacity building; MEL; evaluation; research; and collaborating, learning, and adapting (CLA) support services. Dr. Kracker-Selzer provides oversight of all project activities, including evaluations, assessments, and capacity-building activities. She also ensures the quality of all deliverables and oversees the Sarajevo field office.
In addition, Dr. Kracker-Selzer is the project director for IMPAQ’s SENDEROS project for the Department of Labor’s Bureau of International Labor Affairs. This project supports the Mexican Secretariat of Labor and Social Welfare in implementing a labor inspection strategy and case management system to identify and remediate cases of child and forced labor, occupational safety and health violations, and wage and hour violations. For this project, Dr. Kracker-Selzer oversees teams in the U.S. and Mexico in conducting stakeholder engagement and developing IT and data analysis solutions to support labor rights.
Ph.D., Sociology, Brown University; M.A., Sociology, Clemson University; B.A.; International Studies, University of Buffalo