Azra Kacapor Nurkic is a Co-founder and CEO of I4DI. As a senior expert in program quality and impact, Dr. Nurkic provides leadership to I4DI associates and technical assistance to clients and partners in results-based management, design, monitoring, and evaluation of international development programs. With close to 25 years of international experience, Dr. Nurkic is a social development professional with intensive expertise in strategic program design, program effectiveness, and staff capacity development in a range of operational and regional contexts.

Prior to founding I4DI, she worked at American Council on Education as the Director of Program Quality and Impact of its Higher Education in Development program and The World Bank, as a Social Development Scientist where she led the development of monitoring and evaluation systems for projects in Europe and Central Asia. Her work history also includes more than a decade of experience in senior leadership and management roles in major internal NGOs, including World Learning and World Vision. Dr. Nurkic has worked and traveled in more than 100 countries and has a vast professional experience in working with government donors, private sector organizations, and NGOs. She holds two Bachelor’s degrees, one in Theory of Education and another in Primary Education, an M.S. in Primary Education, and a Ph.D. in Sociology of Education.

Amel Osmanovic is I4DI’s Full Stack Web Developer. He is responsible for the full software development life cycle; from conception to deployment. Mr. Osmanovic brings to I4DI extensive experience in working with over 100 diverse clients on front-end website architecture, back-end applications, databases, and
Ochanya Adah is a Technology Design & Program Specialist at I4DI. She has a strong background in conducting and leading extensive user and market research and designing human-centered solutions. She has combined her knowledge of product design and design thinking in the Health, Agriculture,
Beth Sorel is a Program Management and MERL associate at I4DI. With a background spanning humanitarian action, international relations, and judicial advocacy, Beth's professional journey has taken her through various academic institutions and NGOs, including M.I.T's Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), Harvard T.H. Chan School