Environmental Incentives
Environmental Incentives

Caroline Cook

Deputy Chief of Party, Measuring Impact
Washington, DC

[email protected]



Areas of Expertise

  • Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Program Management
  • International Development

Education & Certificates

  • M.E.M., Environmental Management, Yale University
  • B.A., Biology and Society, Cornell University

Caroline Cook

Deputy Chief of Party, Measuring Impact
Washington, DC

[email protected]

Caroline is leading the project management and administration of the Measuring Impact Project, working closely with the Chief of Party on all aspects of implementation, product delivery, and client relations with the Forestry and Biodiversity Office within USAID. Caroline utilizes an innovative approach and best-practice methodologies to improve operations and develop highly successful programs while cultivating strong working relationships with partners, donors, and colleagues.

Previously, Caroline worked with the World Wildlife Fund for seven years on their Coastal East Africa Program. She led a U.S. marine and terrestrial portfolio in Mozambique and Tanzania, including program design and management, fundraising, and communications. In this role she created a strategic plan for the Coastal East Africa (CEA) cross-functional team, monitored progress, and presented results and achievements to the senior leadership team on a regular basis. Additionally, Caroline contributed to key achievements of the CEA such as the establishment of the Lake Niassa Aquatic Reserve and the formation of the BioFund, the first-ever trust fund for conservation areas in Mozambique.

Caroline aspires to build capacity in conservation leadership and apply innovative solutions to solve complex environmental and social problems.