This bio is current as of 2020.

Laura Meyer is an International Research Analyst at Mathematica, where she works to evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of domestic and international programs and policies in a variety of social sectors including education, infrastructure, and labor. Her work at Mathematica incorporates both quantitative and qualitative methods to address the learning needs of both government and foundation clients. Her recent experience includes key roles in an evaluation and cost-benefit analysis of the Millennium Challenge Corporations’ $700 million transport infrastructure investments in Ghana and Tanzania and an impact evaluation of a USAID-funded teacher training program in Jordan. While at Notre Dame, Meyer majored in Arabic Studies and International Peace Studies, and studied abroad in Cairo, Egypt. She completed her Master's in Public Policy (MPP) from the University of Chicago Harris School in 2015.

Arabic Studies
Other Accomplishments & Recognitions

2008, 2009 - Presidential Scholar