Christy Lazicky is an economist who brings over ten years of experience designing and conducting impact evaluations across Africa and Asia, with a particular focus in the humanitarian, micro-enterprise and livelihoods sectors. She is currently the Director of Impact Evaluation at Causal Design where she leads their impact evaluation portfolio, overseeing the design and management of several impact evaluations including several large-scale USAID impact evaluations of humanitarian and development programming. Prior to joining Causal Design, Christy oversaw the technical design and execution of a portfolio of evaluations at IDinsight including designing and implementing a large-scale evaluation for a Development Impact Bond on poverty alleviation and an impact evaluation of higher education program for refugee students in South Africa. She has also managed several impact evaluations through previous roles at London Business School in Uganda, Rwanda, and Ghana and with MIT’s Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) in South Africa. She has extensive experience working with vulnerable populations in complex environments. Christy holds a MPA in International Development (MPA/ID) from Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Dartmouth College.