Siham Elhamoumi is the Carr Center Grants and Research Manager, where she manages the Center’s research portfolio and leads proposal development efforts within the four themes of human security, economic justice, institutions of global governance and civil society, and equality and discrimination. Ms. Elhamoumi is working to bring our on-going programs to scale and support new programmatic and research areas.
Ms. Elhamoumi joined the Carr Center with a decade of experience in proposal development and program and contract management of international development projects funded by the US government, multilaterals, foundations, and private donors including USAID, NIH, and World Bank. She has led cross-organizational and international teams in the development of complex multi-million dollar competitive proposals including programmatic design, building organizational partnerships, and developing recruitment and costing strategies in various areas in public health, governance and management, and livelihood and economic growth. Complementing her management expertise is experience conducting implementation research, program evaluation, and qualitative and quantitative research in various international settings.
Prior to joining the Carr Center, Ms. Elhamoumi managed the Program on the Global Demography of Aging at Harvard University supporting research on demographic change and aging globally, and the Longitudinal Aging Study in India (LASI), a groundbreaking nationally-representative, longitudinal survey examining aging and retirement among India’s 45+ population. The project is a joint undertaking of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) in Mumbai, India, and the University of Southern California (USC).
Siham is fluent in Arabic and French, holds a BA in Economics, and is currently pursuing a masters in Applied Economics.