Megan Bromberg is a Project Associate in DAI’s Center for Security and Stable States, providing administrative and operational support to two projects based in Pakistan. Before joining DAI in August 2016, Megan worked as a monitoring and evaluation intern at the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations where she performed research on best practices for countering violent extremism and helped design surveys and indices for ongoing monitoring and evaluation projects in North Africa.

Megan has also interned with Save the Children and gained experience researching new business and conducting value-chain research. Megan’s technical interests include monitoring and evaluation, social justice, gender, and countering violent extremism. She is proficient in Spanish with plans to become fluent in the next five years.

  • M.A., international development, American University
  • B.A., anthropology, Bates College