Carolyn Huang

Carolyn Huangchuang(at)3ieimpact(dot)org

Lead Evaluation Specialist

Carolyn leads several research initiatives at 3ie, including the Agricultural Risk Insurance Evidence Program, the USAID Bureau for Resilience and Food Security Evidence Aggregation for Programmatic Approaches (REAPER) project, the policy and institutional reform (PIR) partnership with the Millennial Challenge Corporation, and 3ie’s first EGM of interventions addressing the root causes of irregular migration.   

She has over ten years of experience working on research covering social protection, poverty alleviation, maternal and child health, and modern slavery issues. Prior to 3ie, she managed the US Department of Labor’s Office of Child Labor, Forced Labor, and Human Trafficking portfolio of global research projects. She was a member of the US delegation to the International Conference of Labor Statisticians, where her contributions led to updates in the international recommendations for child labor and work measurement and the first recommendations on forced labor measurement. She has also been a member of external evaluation teams, such as the follow up to Kenya CT-OVC and the Project FivesAlive! External Evaluation.  

Carolyn holds a PhD in Public Policy from the University of North Carolina, a Master of Public Policy from American University, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan.