Mark Rogers

Mark Rogers is an experienced program evaluator, facilitator, trainer, mediator, program designer, and peacebuilder who has led external evaluations of peacebuilding programs in Ethiopia, Myanmar, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and the South Caucasus region located on the borders of eastern Europe and southwest Asia. Rogers has served on internal peacebuilding evaluations in Burundi and the DRC and developmental evaluations of an early warning/response consortium in Liberia. Mark worked on assessment teams in Chad, Niger, Mauritania, Uganda and Kyrgyzstan. He served as the program director for the Life & Peace Institute, senior technical advisor for peacebuilding and justice with Catholic Relief Services and as country director in Burundi for Search for Common Ground. Rogers co-authored a monitoring and evaluation manual for peacebuilding practitioners titled, Designing for Results: Integrating Monitoring and Evaluation in Conflict Transformation Programs, and co-edited a volume of case studies on faith-based peacebuilding titled Pursuing Just Peace. Rogers holds a Masters of International Administration from the School for International Training, Brattleboro, Vermont.