Kristine Bos is a Mathematica researcher with over 10 years of experience conducting impact and performance evaluations around the world. Her focus areas include energy, education, and workforce development, and she has expertise in quantitative and qualitative research methods.
Bos’s work on energy sector evaluation covers a wide range of topics including grid line extension, subsidized low-cost connections, utility strengthening, transmission and distribution improvements, tariff reform, energy efficiency standards and labeling, electricity generation, and others. She has held leadership positions on Mathematica’s evaluation of the Millennium Challenge Corporation’s Liberia Energy Project, contributing to the evaluation design and leading the quantitative data collection, analysis, and report writing. In the education sector, Bos’s experience includes work on the USAID Senegal Lecture Pour Tous Rapid Feedback Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning project. On this project, she designed and implemented evaluation activities, including randomized controlled trials and usability testing to provide rapid learning for the implementing organization. She also conducted sampling, oversaw qualitative and quantitative data collection, developed a classroom observation tool and training materials, and communicated findings to the implementing organization and the client.
Bos joined Mathematica in 2014 and holds a master’s in International Development Policy from the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University. Before joining Mathematica, she supported program evaluations for Social Impact and worked with the nonprofit organization Muso in Mali, West Africa. She has published in Energy for Sustainable Development and is proficient in French.