Morgane Allaire-Rousse

Morgane is a knowledge manager and data visualization specialist with experience in participatory systems mapping, M&E design and report development, knowledge capture and learning facilitation.

Her core expertise is helping multi-stakeholder groups to better engage with each other and navigate their respective objectives, contexts and goals. Through sensitive co-design and implementation of effective, self-sustaining systems that encourage stakeholders to collaborate and innovate, she enables stakeholders to leverage the power of their networks. Her passion: Getting people talking!

Since graduating in Arabic and Persian at SOAS, University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, in 2015, Morgane has been curating an engaging portfolio across the African continent as a freelance consultant for projects in food and agriculture, policy, resilience, and countering violent extremism (CVE) including USAID Africa LEAD II, USAID Kenya Niwajibu Wetu (NIWETU) and BRICS, the UK Government’s CVE Program in the Horn of Africa.

A software polyglot, Morgane is fluent in Tableau, Power BI, Kumu, SumApp, Enteko Toolkit, and SurveyGizmo, among others. She is most recognised for her development of interactive dashboards, network analysis, and stakeholder maps with live connections to data pulled from online surveys. She has designed and implemented multiple investment trackers for multi-stakeholder policy groups including the ASALs EDE Investment tracker which has been officially adopted by Kenya’s National Drought Management Authority.

Morgane’s energy and commitment draws from and feeds into a continuous exploration of conscious awareness within herself and in others. She enjoys recharging through friends, music, outdoor adventures, and by reading books about time and space.