Dr. Nancy Strichman is an adjunct lecturer at Hebrew University’s Glocal’s International Development Program and at the Rothberg International School Nonprofit Leadership and Management Program. Her courses focus primarily on nonprofit management, and strategic and evaluation design. As an organizational consultant and evaluation specialist, Dr. Strichman emphasizes the use of participatory research methods and the practical application of planning and design principles in her courses. Over the years, Dr. Strichman’s research has examined the efforts of social entrepreneurs and civil society actors, specifically on topics related to shared society NGOs and gender equality in Israel. Her work has appeared in journals such as Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Voluntas, and the New England Journal of Public Policy, and her blog on Times of Israel currently features the work of local nonprofits from around the country. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Pittsburgh and a Masters in Public Policy from Columbia University.
Teaches: Monitoring & Evaluation of Development and Social Change Nonprofits.