Higher Education Research, Institutional Research, Data Management, Survey Research and Design Methodology, Research Ethics, Monitoring & Evaluation, Strategic Education, Capacity Development, Educational Leadership and Policy Development, Graduate Employability, Sustainable Development, Enterprise Education
Ms. Keren Wilson is a Trinidadian born Institutional Research Analyst and Planning and Monitoring & Evaluation Specialist. She has extensive experience with planning and development of strategic plans, monitoring and evaluation plans and frameworks, operational frameworks and proposals in the fields of development studies, higher education and public health in 19 Caribbean countries. Her experience with Data Management Methodologies and Survey Research, Design and Development Methodologies is strategically linked to her Research Ethics training resulting in her capacity to design and develop data management approaches for varying purposes with a strong ethical aspect to facilitate satisfaction of a diverse stakeholder group. She holds an MSc. in Development Statistics along with a BSc. in Economics and International Relations from The University of the West Indies and qualifications in Research Ethics from Claremont University. Ms. Wilson is passionate about higher education research particularly geared towards improving graduate employability, strategic education leadership and policy development, reinforcing monitoring and evaluation systems and capacity development strategies that would contribute to the alleviation of burdens experienced by society.