Elizabeth Kronoff has worked in non-profit and international development for over fifteen years, including over three years on the ground in Afghanistan. She began her career in Russia as a Peace Corps Volunteer in education, and worked on integrated development programs across Central Asia and Europe, notably Afghanistan’s National Solidarity Program. She recently re-joined the impact committee of Insaan, a philanthropy fund which seeks funds early-stage and innovative social enterprises in the Indian Ocean region. Her experience is primarily in strategic planning, impact measurement, and theories of change. Elizabeth earned her BA in Philosophy from Western Washington University and a Master in Public Administration from the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance at the University of Washington. In addition to her philanthropic work, she currently manages analytics programs at Microsoft.