Cornelia Amihalachioae

Cornelia AMIHALACHIOAE, currently World Bank-financed Consultant for Moldova e-Governance Agency, Head of M&E and Communication Division of e-Governance Agency, and Agency’s focal point for Social Innovation and Open Governance.

Cornelia is an experienced and continuously learning Development and Governance practitioner with more than 22 years work experience, with a solid educational background (Master in Business Administration and Bachelor degree in Foreign Affairs and Political Science), as well as deep learning and professionalization in M&E, RBM, Project Management, Digital & Social Innovation, Problem-Driven Iterative Adaptation (PDIA), System Thinking). Cornelia cumulates a valuable mix of expertise and work experience Governance Innovation by merging Digital and Social Innovation approaches, citizen-centric research planning and coordination, co-creation in services’ redesign, strategic planning and M&E of Development Programmes.

During the last 15 years Cornelia works in Development Programmes and coordinates or contributes substantially to such strategic efforts of her Clients and/or Employers, as Program Design, Implementation, and Evaluation, Strategic Partnerships and Advocacy for Innovation, Government Affairs, Strategic Communications, Results Communication and Citizen Outreach, and has coordinated a significant number of quantitative and qualitative researches through the years among a variety of actors (public sector, businesses, citizens, NGOs, professional communities, including nation-wide surveys afferent to the uptake of, support for, and satisfaction with e-Governance and Public Services Modernization Reforms, offline and online surveys etc.)

Cornelia is particularly fond of Design Thinking, Behaviourism, Foresight and Anticipatory Governance in Governance Reforms, as well as of Open Governance, Tech for Social Good, Social Inclusion and Gender Mainstreaming, PDIA, and Innovative Learning. She provides trainings and facilitation in focus groups, co-creation, ideation, framing sessions etc.