Scott Chaplowe

Director, Evidence Measurement and Evaluation (Climate)

Scott oversees evidence generation, measurement and evaluation for CIFF’s climate change portfolio.

Scott joined CIFF in autumn 2017, after working for over eight years as a Senior Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) advisor with the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), where he was responsible for the strategic planning and implementation of M&E for results-based management and accountability in a network of five global regions with 190 National Societies. 

Prior to the IFRC, Scott worked with an assortment of organizations promoting socially and environmentally responsible solutions for development and disaster recovery. Notably, this includes three years as an M&E Officer in Sri Lanka with the tsunami recovery program of the American Red Cross; five years consulting as a Civil Society Expert with the United Nations Office of Africa and Least Developed Countries; and two years as a Program Manager with the World Sustainable Agriculture Association. 

Scott has a master’s degree from the University of California Los Angeles in Geography, with a focus in cultural and political ecology. He has authored articles and books on evaluation, M&E training and capacity development, civil society, and sustainable agriculture.