Claude Kasonka is the Regional Director for the AIR Office in Zambia. Claude has over 14 years of experience in Monitoring and Evaluation and Economic Analysis. Prior to joining AIR, Claude was M&E and Economics Director for Millennium Challenge Account- Zambia for five years.
Yael Harris is vice president for health research and evaluation at AIR. Drawing on 22 years of experience leading research projects to advance access, quality, payment reform, and other policies to transform health care delivery, Dr.
Amy Mart is a researcher at AIR. She has over a decade of experience working at the intersection of research, policy, and practice to promote positive outcomes for young people. In her current role, Dr.
Donna Warthan is a senior technical consultant at AIR. Her primary responsibilities include managing the overall project and budget for four federal School Improvement Grant projects in Virginia and New York.
Ryan Williams is a principal researcher at AIR with expertise in causal inference methods and meta-analysis. Dr. Williams is the principal investigator on an Institute for Education Sciences (IES) meta-analysis that explores sources of heterogeneity in mathematics intervention effects.
Alicia Espinoza is a senior technical assistance consultant at AIR. Her expertise includes coaching teacher leaders, school administrators, and district leaders through the implementation of evidence-based district and school improvement systems, processes, and practices.
Kiersten Strombotne is an economic researcher at AIR, where she specializes in econometrics and health research. Dr. Strombotne leads the analyses for randomized controlled trials and quasi-experimental designs on projects in the areas of behavioral health and the social determinants of health.