Natasha Godinho is a Manager with Global Health Strategies. Natasha has experience working with development organizations including UNICEF, World Bank and DFID, with center and state level governments and with private sector organizations to further development work. She has experience working in the education sector, microfinance sector and the public health sector on issues such as HIV, reproductive child health and school health.
Prior to this she was working at International Finance Corporation (IFC) with the Results Measurement team. Her primary responsibilities at IFC included providing economic and technical assistance in designing evaluations for South Asia, strengthening internal monitoring procedures and reporting to senior management on results measurement highlights. In the past she has also worked with MSG Strategic Consulting, a boutique consulting firm, on the monitoring and evaluating of key development projects for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. She has published a paper with UNICEF titled ‘Promoting a community based engagement through the link workers scheme in Medak, Andhra Pradesh’.
Natasha completed her bachelors in Economics from St. Stephen's College and her masters in Public Policy from the National University of Singapore.