Environmental Incentives
Environmental Incentives

Shawn Peabody

Senior Learning Specialist
Washington D.C.

speabody@enviroincentives.com



Areas of Expertise

  • Situation Analysis & Development
  • Theories of Change.
  • Organizational Learning & Knowledge Management
  • Technical Writing

Education & Certificates

  • University of Maryland, College Park: Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science and Policy

Shawn Peabody

Senior Learning Specialist
Washington D.C.

speabody@enviroincentives.com

Shawn draws on his extensive experience with international conservation and learning networks to support the Measuring Impact (MI) project, based in Washington, DC.  Shawn leads the MI team that is working with the US Agency for International Development to improve conservation strategies across the agency through collaboration, learning and adaptation. He also leads EI’s efforts under the Sustainable WASH Systems Initiative, a multi-partner co-operative agreement from the US Agency for International Development aimed testing the effectiveness of systems-based approaches to improving the sustainability of WASH services. EI is the “Learning Partner” on this effort, focused on building and maintaining the foundations for effective monitoring, evaluation, and learning throughout the life of the initiative.

Shawn started his career in conservation as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar where he lived and worked in a rural fishing village on environmental and sexual and reproductive health issues. Following this two-year experience, Shawn stayed on in Madagascar to focus on marine conservation, first as a site manager for Reef Doctor, a small non-profit, and then with Blue Ventures Conservation, where he worked for five years, eventually becoming Country Director for the organization. After nine years in Madagascar, Shawn returned to the U.S. to work with Environmental Incentives. He started with EI in March 2014.