Sonia Moldovan leads the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation’s Strategy, Learning and Evaluation Division (SLED). In her role, Moldovan provides thought leadership on strategy, evaluation, and the ongoing development and revision of the learning plans. Prior to joining the Foundation, Moldovan worked for Mercy Corps where she was the director of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL). In this role, she managed an international team that worked on capturing, disseminating and using program evidence for organizational learning in sectors including humanitarian relief, food security and governance. Moldovan also worked at Research Triangle Institute, where she developed the cross-division learning strategy to promote sharing of lessons learned and to strengthen the evaluation capacity of teams working on education and governance programs. Earlier in her career, Moldovan was the MEL director on development programs in Afghanistan, South Sudan and the Sahel.
Moldovan holds a master’s degree in international economic development from George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs.