Dr. Meredith McCormac
- Vice President, Institutional Advancement and Learning
Dr. Meredith McCormac is World Learning’s vice president for Institutional Advancement and Learning, where she works across teams to build new programming and expand and measure World Learning’s impact. Dr. McCormac joined World Learning in 2010 and has played a number of roles including managing large-scale education programs, providing monitoring and evaluation technical assistance, building new business, and working in field offices including Ethiopia, Pakistan, Egypt, and Jordan. Prior to joining World Learning, Dr. McCormac worked on education and research programs at a number of NGOs and think tanks including the American Institutes for Research, the United States Institute of Peace, and Global Youth Connect. In 2012, Dr. McCormac was awarded a Fulbright grant to complete her doctoral dissertation on the effect of contextual factors on early literacy skills in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Dr. McCormac holds a bachelor's degree in comparative religious studies and philosophy from the University of Oklahoma, a master's degree in international peace and conflict resolution from American University, and a doctorate in international education policy from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Expertise: international education policy; research methodology; qualitative and quantitative data analysis; monitoring, evaluation, and learning; program design and management