Sandra Moscoso is I4DI’s Senior Performance & Knowledge Management Advisor. Sandra provides strategic advice to clients and partners in evidence-based performance management, knowledge management optimization, business process management, as well as capacity building and implementation support. She brings almost 20 years of experience in international development and private sector organizations. Sandra brings proven success in building sustainable programs, and in helping connect the dots across government, media, civil society, and other stakeholders to shape, influence, and enhance the quality of public services. Sandra has worked for the World Bank as a deputy program lead in the Governance Global Practice, implementing evidence-based capacity building programs, and in the Bank’s corporate finance group, managing open data and knowledge management programs. She has also worked for GP Strategies and Accenture, in change management and financial analysis consulting roles. Sandra is active in the international open government community, and passionate about local governance issues in Washington, DC. Sandra holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration in International Business.

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"
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
Saurav Behera is I4DI’s Finance and Admin Manager, responsible for supporting the HQ and field operations. He has extensive experience in the area of finance, accounts, grant management, donor relations, USAID audits, budgeting, administration, and procurement rules and regulations for a variety of funding