With an innate curiosity and inquisitive spirit, Miriam effortlessly balances a personable and empathetic approach with thorough and pragmatic methods. She thrives in detail – from delving into human experiences to capture all sides of a story, to analysing data to effectively design complex studies and frameworks.
Miriam is known for using her keen analytical mind and evidence-based decision-making skills to help create the best possible outcomes for disadvantaged communities. Her strengths are in evaluation design, evaluation tool development, report writing, and data presentations. She has a particular passion for working with culturally and linguistically diverse and refugee communities.
Passionate about equity and justice, Miriam is dedicated to ensuring all people are given the opportunity to thrive. She is excited to be part of the Cube team, where she has the opportunity to do excellent work in service of the public good.
Mum to two small kids, you’ll find Miriam testing out new playgrounds or devising toddler-friendly baking projects on the weekends. She has a particular interest in the middle east and works hard to maintain her amateur Arabic language skills. She’s looking forward to introducing her kids to some of the amazing places she’s been.
Experience | Highlights
Miriam's recent work includes:
- Designed monitoring and evaluation framework for a state government-funded health and nutrition program
- Established a longitudinal impact study and set up a distribution monitoring system for a UN agency cash distribution program in Iraq
- Designed and delivered multiple third-party monitoring and evaluation projects in the humanitarian sector across Turkey, Syria and Iraq
Education | Accreditation
- Bachelor of Arts (honours) (University of Melbourne)
- Master of International Relations (University of Melbourne)