Jared joined Samuel Hall in 2016 to support the Implementation Research Pillar. Based on his vast experience in qualitative and quantitative research, he supports development of SH’s regional strategies and fieldwork operations in Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, Somalia and other East and Horn of Africa countries, including contextualisation of research projects, data collection tools and fieldwork strategies. He holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy & Administration (MPPA) from Kenyatta University, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the same University and a specialist training in Survey Methods and Statistical Data Analysis from the National Democratic Institute (NDI). Prior to Joining Samuel Hall, Jared undertook various assignments on behalf of International Development Organizations such as USAID, HIVOs, NDI, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung amongst others. Jared has also worked with local Public Benefit Organizations in Kenya such as Constitution & Reform Education Consortium (CRECO) and Citizen’s Coalition for Constitutional Culture (4Cs) in the area of Human Rights, Governance and Democracy.