Dale Hill

Advisory Council

Independent Evaluation Consultant, Trustee
Partners for Development & Asherah Foundation
Partnership for Quality Medical Donations
Princeton University

Ms. Dale Hill is an economist and evaluator with over 35 years experience in international development. At the World Bank, she worked in Operations in all regions, field office management (Turkey), research, resource mobilization & partnerships, and the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG). While in charge of oversight of a grants portfolio which increased from $2.3 to 8 billion, she led policy reform to improve fiduciary oversight, monitoring and evaluation (M&E), cost recovery, disclosure, donor relations & reporting, design of an online certification & training program, and a new investment strategy. At IEG, she co-led research for publication of a Sourcebook on evaluating Global partnership programs. After retirement, Ms. Hill supervised a team of 5 M&E advisors at American Red Cross and is now consulting in M&E, philanthropy, and grants policy. Her M&E work has covered HIV/AIDS, global health programs, disaster management and other sectors. She also designed and conducted training in M&E, received three innovation grants, and presented 16 times at professional associations. Ms Hill has a special interest in public-private partnerships, benefit corporations, social enterprises, and impact investing, and received a grant to write a paper on evaluation of social enterprises, completed in 2016.

Ms. Hill holds an MPA from Princeton University and a BA in economics with highest honors from the University of Virginia. She is trustee of two non-profit organizations.

Dale Hill Bio November 14, 2017