Meeghan Paul has over 10 years experience in monitoring, evaluation and impact measurement with over 50 organizations in Asia, Africa, North America, Europe, and the Middle East.
Meeghan has a diverse background in impact measurement, technology, transitional leadership, and public health, melding all of these passions to support social entrepreneurship and grassroots projects globally. She currently advises social purpose organizations and investors on how to maximize impact through data-driven decision-making. Meeghan was most recently the Principal Consultant for Thoughts In Gear, a Malaysia-based firm focused on social impact and sustainability. Among other projects, she led a nationwide CSR education project sponsored by every financial institution in Malaysia, and she designed a predictive impact analysis approach that has been validated by Harvard University and already implemented by the national health systems in 10 countries.
She was previously the CEO of Foundation for Mother and Child Health (FMCH), an Indian NGO focused on malnutrition prevention, which impacts 1,200 mothers and children every year in Mumbai, and the India Country Director for Vera Solutions, a technology for development social enterprise. She has over 10 years experience in monitoring, evaluation and impact measurement with over 50 organizations in Asia, Africa, North America, Europe, and the Middle East. Meeghan received her MA in Conflict Resolution from Georgetown University and a BA in Global Security from Brown University.