Susan Minushkin is a monitoring and evaluation, and democracy and governance specialist with more than 25 years of experience designing and implementing projects and evaluations. She specializes in developing indicators and monitoring and evaluation plans, designing and conducting performance evaluations and assessments, and designing and implementing anti-corruption and security and justice projects. She has designed and led implementation of perception surveys, performance evaluations and qualitative studies in Mexico, Guatemala, Lebanon, and Vietnam as well as of the Hispanic community in the United States. Susan has a number of highly cited, peer-reviewed publications on Latin American political economy and the Hispanic community in the United States and previously was Professor of International Relations at CIDE in Mexico City. She holds a PhD in political science from Columbia University and a Master’s in international relations from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.