Chelsea Raubenheimer is a Monitoring, Evaluation, Research & Learning (MERL) Specialist for I4DI, passionate about the use of evidence-based decision-making to advance global sustainability efforts. Chelsea brings to I4DI a strong background in research methods, applied data analysis, and experimental and quasi-experimental evaluation design. Prior to entering the field of monitoring and evaluation, Chelsea was a two-time Fulbright grantee to Brazil. She taught courses in English and culture at the University of Rio de Janeiro and supported multiple educational projects on the ground. Throughout her time in Brazil, she had the opportunity to develop and implement a project-based English immersion program in diverse regions around the country, a civic education initiative for elementary students in Rio de Janeiro, and a women’s computer literacy course in one of Rio’s favelas. Her areas of interest lie at the intersect of education, human rights, democracy and governance, and sustainability. Chelsea holds a Masters of Education with a concentration in International Education Policy from Harvard University and a Bachelors in Spanish from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She is fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese.