Emily LeRoux-Rutledge is an international development consultant specialising in research, monitoring and evaluation. She has been working as a researcher in international development since 2004, primarily for non-governmental organisations with a media, information and communication focus. She has conducted research in 22 countries across Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe, including Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Kenya, Niger, South Africa, South Sudan, Senegal, Serbia, Tanzania and Uganda.

She has evaluated the impact of media development and communication for development projects across a wide range of themes, including:
  • Maternal & Child Health
  • Women's Empowerment
  • HIV/AIDS
  • Malaria
  • Education
  • Peacebuilding
  • Governance & Elections
  • Climate Change
Clients include BBC Media Action, Panos, InterMedia, Internews and the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

Emily holds an MSc in Social and Public Communication, and is currently pursuing a PhD at the London School of Economics.

For more information, please contact: emily.leroux.rutledge@gmail.com