Cecilia Flatley is the Senior Associate, Research and Evaluation at the Alliance. In this role, she supports the Alliance’s efforts to strengthen the evidence base surrounding clean cooking and its benefits for health, the environment, climate, gender, and livelihoods as well as broader monitoring and evaluation efforts.
Previously, Cecilia conducted research on exposures of women and children to cookstove emissions in rural Nepal. Prior to that, she worked as the Deputy Director of Operation Blessing Haiti, a disaster relief organization in Port-au-Prince. She also served as a Health Education Extension Agent in rural Mali with the United States Peace Corps. Cecilia received her B.A. in Mathematics and Chemistry from Wellesley College and recently completed her Masters in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is a native French-speaker and proficient in Bambara, Haitian Creole, and Nepali.