Rebecca Baylor
William Davidson Institute

Rebecca Baylor is a research associate with the Performance Measurement and Improvement team at the William Davidson Institute. She specializes in helping partners to measure and manage their impact, especially for programs aimed at increasing the social and economic outcomes of entrepreneurs in emerging markets. Ms. Baylor has over 5 years of experience in research design, data collection and analysis. She served as lead data analyst on a USAID-funded project focused on how USAID can use innovative evaluation approaches, such as developmental evaluation, when traditional evaluations are not a fit. Additionally, Ms. Baylor has experience designing solutions to measure the impacts of social enterprises in Brazil, Colombia, Nicaragua and Peru. She speaks Spanish and has conducted bilingual presentations and interviews.

Ms. Baylor holds a Master of Science degree from the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability, and a graduate certificate from U-M’s Ford School of Public Policy. In 2015, she was awarded a WDI Global Impact Fellowship with EnAble India in Bangalore.


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