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, and Information Technology sectors to advance human and economic development leveraging innovation, creativity, problem solving and critical thinking skills. So far the focus of her work has been through research and innovation, providing data-backed options for decision making for a Tanzanian health start up geared towards improving government health policy making in Tanzania and developing solutions to improve agricultural practices and food security affected by climate change in Nigeria.

Ochanya is a scholar of the Geneza school of design, through the ingressive for good 1000 women in design scholarship program. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy from the University of Ibadan and is an active member of the BMGA fellows program, an initiative that is geared towards women education and empowerment in Africa.

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"
Palak Agarwal, is I4DI's Data Scientist, responsible for extracting and interpreting data to drive informed policymaking, strategic decision-making, and improved learning methodologies. At I4DI, she is a crucial part of the Data Science and Technology team, providing data-driven solutions to bolster our programs and
Jovana Bulatovic is I4DI’s Evaluation and Research Associate.  She has a strong background in public administration reform, notably in policy coordination, citizens' participation in decision making, and strategic planning. Currently, she is also a Humphrey Fellow at Maxwell School of Syracuse University. Prior to joining I4DI, Ms. Bulatovic worked