Micah Frumkin is Senior MERLA Manager for RTI’s Food Security and Agriculture program. In this role, he designs and conducts performance evaluations, meta-evaluations, meta-analyses, and evaluation syntheses, as well as large-scale research efforts. His experience includes using mixed-methods approaches to data collection and analysis in the social sciences, including qualitative (key informant interviews, group interviews, focus group discussion, case studies, content analyses, pattern analyses, etc.) and quantitative (small- and large-scale surveys, descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, etc.). Mr. Frumkin is also skilled at facilitating and delivering workshops and trainings, including curriculum development, using human centered design, as well as selecting and constructing performance and context monitoring indicators and approaches for complexity awareness monitoring.
He currently serves as Chief of Party for the Feed the Future Somalia Camel Leasing to Impact Resilience Activity investigating the viability of camel leasing as a private sector–led initiative addressing resilience capacities of Somali camel pastoralists and dairy farms.
Prior to joining RTI, Mr. Frumkin served MEL Director for the QED Group, Technical Manager for Management Systems International, and held multiple positions with the U.S. Agency for International Development.