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Eva Sarr

The Center for Multicultural Program Evaluation
CEO & Founding Director
Melbourne, Australia
Eva Sarr is an indigenous Wolof woman of Serer ancestry from Sene-Gambia, in West Africa. She is also an indigenous Celtic- Scottish and Irish and 6th generation Australian-woman with a multi-denominational background. Her father was Muslim and her mother, Catholic.

Eva is a mixed methods evaluator with 15 years of experience. She has worked internationally, with Indigenous Australians and with Australia’s State and Federal governments and the Not for Profit sector in Australia, as an external evaluator, senior internal evaluator and project manager across the health, education, employment, arts, and community development sectors. On an international level Eva co-led evaluation capacity building and health systems projects when in West Africa, with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s Gates Malaria Partnership (GMP), UNICEF, and World Vision.

Eva is now the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Centre for Multicultural Policy and Program Evaluation (CMPPE),
the founding chair of the Australian Evaluation Society’s first Multicultural Special Interest Group, and is coordinating a rubrics Community of Practice and she an affiliate of the Center for Culturally Responsive Assessment and Evaluation. 

Established in 2020, the CMPE is among a few organisations in Australasia and the Global South working at the cutting edge of diversity, equity, inclusion, and social justice in projects, programs, and business evaluation (including business re-organization reviews) and strategic policy reviews and continuous practice improvement. CMPPE focuses on ethnic and racial equity in program evaluation and  on cisgender women, transgender and gender non-conforming individuals, sexual minority (i.e., LGBTIQ+) people, aged people, people with disabilities and youth who have historically been marginalised and/or oppressed in ethnically and racially diverse and “mainstream” contexts.