Andrica Smith-Munroe is a Program Associate with Templeton World Charity Foundation, where she supports the Global Innovations for Character Development and Big Questions in Classrooms initiatives, as well as broader efforts in developing new innovations for human flourishing.
Prior to joining the Templeton World Charity Foundation, Andrica served as a Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation consultant for the U.S. Department of State International Law Enforcement and Narcotics Program based in the U.S. Embassy Nassau. Andrica brings to the team years of experience in Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation and stakeholder engagement working with non-profit and U.S. funded programs in The Bahamas and the region. More specifically she has worked with the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, the American Red Cross and as the Director of the British Red Cross in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
She holds a Master of Science in Public Health and a bachelor’s degree in biology from Kennesaw State University.