Yaquta Kanchwala Fatehi
William Davidson Institute

Yaquta Kanchwala Fatehi (tweets @ysk2115) is a program manager for the Performance Measurement Initiative of the William Davidson Institute at the University of Michigan. She works with organizations to identify and improve the socio-economic well-being of their low-income stakeholders in low- and middle-income countries. Combining social and business metrics, Fatehi helps enterprises gain unique insights to solve key business challenges while communicating impact evidence. Fatehi also conducts research in monitoring and evaluation to find innovative impact assessment approaches for complex environments including those that provide data quickly to guide organizations on pivoting to new strategies as needed.

With over a decade of relevant experience, Fatehi has worked in varied sectors: economic development, agritech, agriculture value chains, clean cookstoves, food security, healthcare, micro-distribution, nutrition, microfinance, and WASH; and in different functional roles: consulting, research, program management, and operations. She’s worked on projects in Asia, Africa and Latin America and with a variety of organizational types including multi-nationals, social enterprises and nonprofits.


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