Cristina Chiotan works as Evaluation Manager at the ECF. She is responsible for all aspects of the new ECF Programmatic Evaluation Framework. She supports strategic decision making by developing monitoring and evaluation frameworks to assess ECF programmes and projects, identify greatest impact opportunities and priorities.
She works closely with and helps the ECF programme teams in their periodical monitoring of grants, outcomes and objectives towards improved evaluation and learning processes.
She has worked for many years in the health sector for e.g. the Ministry of Health in Romania, with UNICEF Romania, and EuroHealthNet in Brussels, where she held the position of Policy Senior Co-ordinator. She brings an extensive experience around policy and advocacy, project monitoring and evaluation.
Cristina holds a Master of Arts in Political Strategy and Communication from the University of Kent, on the top of a medical doctor diploma from the University of Bucharest, and a post graduate certificate in public health administration and health service management from the Romanian National School of Public Health and Management.
Cristina believes that our health and well-being is strongly linked with the health of the environment and the planet’s well-being and addressing climate change is crucial for us and future generations. She is a Romanian native speaker, fluent in English and French. She likes long walks in the forest and cycling.