Kelly Feltault, Ph.D., has over twenty years of experience as a monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) professional specializing in multi-sited evaluations and organizational capacity building for MEL. She holds a PhD in Anthropology and International Development from American University and a BFA in painting and contemporary art history from Virginia Commonwealth University. As a Senior Program Evaluator with several federal government agencies, she designed and led summative and formative evaluations and was a member of the Obama White House Evaluation Working Group for the Gender-Based Violence Prevention Strategy. She was awarded several Distinguished Service Awards for her evaluation work. As a Program Director and Senior Program Officer, Dr. Feltault designed and managed multi-million-dollar federal grants and programs for non-profits and institutes of higher education and was Director of Institutional Research for a small university. As a consultant, Dr. Feltault evaluates multi-sited, multi-year programs and specializes in arts in health programs, international development and cultural exchange programs, and diversity, equity, and inclusion programs. She also provides workshops and training to organizations to build their capacity in MEL. Dr. Feltault has numerous publications and recently presented her evaluation work on social bias bystander intervention training in STEM workplaces at the Action Collaborative for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.