Susan Branker-GreeneAssociate Consultant
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Strategy results based management (RBM)
- British Chevening Scholar
- MSc International Relations – University of Southampton, UK
- BSc University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill Campus
Susan Branker Greene has over 20 years in leadership and management positions. Her rich professional experience spans the public, private and NGO sectors, including serving as a Senior Business Development adviser to the Minister of Industry, Commerce and Business Development in Barbados, Regional Director for the Caribbean Management Development Association and Regional Programme Director for the Bernard Van Leer Foundation’s Caribbean Support Initiative Programme.
Susan is a British Chevening Scholar, who holds a Master of Science in International Relations from the University of Southampton in the UK and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill Campus.
She has strong monitoring and evaluation skills coupled with a solid foundation in strategy results based management (RBM), which provides a good balance of method, knowledge and sound judgment. As a regional programme director for over 10 years, Mrs. Branker Greene established results based monitoring and evaluation and learning systems, mainstreamed results and accountability and led strategic planning and reviews across with national Governments in the region.
Highlights of her recent consulting assignments include: completion of an evaluation and reporting framework and guidelines for the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States Commission, undertaking three end of project evaluations for the Compete Caribbean Programme, Inter-American Development Bank, developing a monitoring and evaluation system and impact assessment framework for the Caribbean Development Bank’s Basic Needs Trust Fund, and leading a mid-term evaluation for Government of Barbados Skills for The Future Programme at the Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Innovation.
Susan is passionate about developing people and organisations to maximize performance. She is also a part-time clinical faculty member at The University of the West Indies, Cave Hill School of Business in Barbados where she serves as a facilitator for the EMBA programme, strategic business consultant and corporate trainer on leadership development, strategic planning, business development and organisational behaviour.