Jon-Paul Bowles is a senior advisor for I4DI. For several years he lived and worked in Latin America where he managed a $20+ million portfolio of development funds for one of the world’s largest INGOs. He has since used his “boots on the ground” experience to help large development organizations test, refine, and implement their strategies and programs to increase social, environmental, and financial ROI. He has worked with several influential development organizations including the World Bank, World Visions, United Nations Foundation, The Inter-American Development Bank, USAID, UNDP, UNESCO, and National Geographic.

 Jon-Paul believes that market-based solutions to social and environmental issues will define the next generation of change makers. By tapping into the market’s constant feedback loop and measuring behaviors of stakeholders, he helps organizations enhance their impact, refine programs based on data, and convert those findings into recommendations for how organizations can nimbly adapt.

 He received an M.A. in Public Communication from American University and his B.A. in Political Science and Communication from Furman University.

Micah Frumkin is I4DI's Director for Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning (MERL). He brings 15 years of MERL experience working with broad range of public and private sector clients across all sectors and geographies. Micah is an expert in applying a systems lens to MERL,
Jennie Boocock is I4DI's Associate Director for Program Operations where she supports the firm's initiatives with the US Agency for International Development and private sector clients. In this role, She oversees implementation of key contracts and works with I4DI management to pursue new opportunities
Molly Hageboeck is I4DI’s MERL Director Emerita. Winner of USAID’s Excellence in Evaluation Award, Ms. Hageboeck is an expert in performance monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) system design and improvement, whose clients include USAID, the U.S. Department of Labor, multilateral donors (UNDP, UNCDF, UNECA),