Emil Hafeez is a social scientist with 4 years’ experience in academic psychological research and 2 years experience in global health and development programs. Emil conducts program evaluation and other analytics for effectiveness and adaptation, coordinates and implements data management and visualization processes across three program countries, and communicates data narratives internally and externally. He has applied skills in descriptive and inferential statistics in large datasets; scope of work includes pre-processing, exploratory analyses, assumption checking, and modeling via logistic and linear regressions analytics. He has also conducted financial forecasting using a dynamic panel-data variation of multiple linear regression. He also has applied skills in program coordination, community health worker training, IRB and protocol support, project development plans, and learning and evaluation strategy. Emil has published academic journal articles and literary works, and has presented as a guest poet. He has worked in Peru, Ghana, and Guatemala, studied in the USA and UK, and has travel exposure in Peru, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, the United Arab Emirates, Pakistan, Sweden, Denmark, England, and France.