Kathryn Rzeszut – Principal Expert, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

Kathryn is a Principal Expert in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) who recently relocated to Integrity’s Washington, DC office after spending four years working on the Syria crisis response. As a conflict and stabilisation specialist, she focuses primarily on MEL in fragile and conflict-affected states (FCAS).

Prior to joining Integrity, she spent nearly four years as a Research Fellow at the University of York’s Post-war Reconstruction & Development Unit (PRDU) where she was responsible for the management and expert delivery of applied research projects and evaluations. This position provided her with broad cross-sectoral experience in thematic areas as varied as aid financing and effectiveness, disaster risk reduction, education in emergencies, gender, governance, and resilience.

Kathryn has worked in Afghanistan, Lebanon and Turkey amongst other countries in Central Asia, the Middle East, and Eastern Africa. She holds a BA in Political Science from Pennsylvania State University and an MA in Post-war Recovery Studies from the University of York.


Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, Third Party Monitoring, Remote Programme Management, Security & Justice, Community-Led Development


English, French, Arabic

Country Experience

Afghanistan, Egypt, France, Kenya, Lebanon, Malawi, Myanmar, Somalia/Somaliland, Sudan, Syria, Turkey, Uzbekistan

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