Nele Blommestein positions herself as a people-centred learning and evaluation facilitator, specialised in utilisation-focused and participatory evaluations. She considers evaluation to be a dynamic, collaborative and co-creation process. Educated in Information Systems, Nele uses her analytical skills to comprehend quantitative and qualitative data to support informed decision-making of programmes in complex contexts.
With an extensive track record in the field of Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (PME), Nele delivers tailor-made services for NGOs and other non-profit organisations, offering over 20 years of extensive experience acquired through various positions within the public and international development sectors. Nele is a leading practitioner in applying a range of participatory evaluation and research methods, such as Most-Significant Change, story-telling through Sprockler and Outcome Harvesting. Nele has recently been trained in Principle-based evaluation by Michael Quinn Patton. She lives in Amsterdam.