Ruth Jepkoech Rotich holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Kenyatta University and is currently pursuing her Master of Arts Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation at the African Nazarene University. Her areas of expertise include project planning, coordination and implementation, results based monitoring and evaluation, gender in development, and ICT for M&E and learning among others. Prior to joining AATF, Ruth worked with the Mennonite Economic Development Associates (MEDA) as an M&E Specialist/Head of Cross Cutting Services for the Equitable Prosperity Through Private Sector Development Project which aims at creating sustainable economic growth and reduce economic disparities by supporting the development of profitable, competitive small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the agriculture, construction and extractives sectors in Kenya. Ruth also worked in a number of capacities for the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) between 2012 and 2016, her last assignment as the M&E Specialist in the USAID-Kenya Agricultural Value Chain Enterprises Project (KAVES). As Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at AATF, Ruth is responsible for providing leadership to AATF in terms of M&E with a particular focus on the use of scientifically sound methods of impact evaluation and the implementation of the Foundation’s M&E framework and project-related M&E research and development activities. Ruth is a Kenyan.