Apollo Nkwake wins the 2017 American Evaluation Association ‘Marcia Guttentag Promising New Evaluator Award’
Apollo Nkwake, an outstanding monitoring and evaluation expert and an Associate Research Professor of International Affairs at the George Washington University, is among six individuals and two organizational teams honored for their outstanding work over the past year.
Nkwake is the immediate former senior manager for monitoring and evaluation at African Women in Agricultural Research and Development (AWARD).
While receiving his award at the annual conference of the American Evaluation Association (AEA), Nkwake expressed his delight noting that “It's such an honor and great delight to receive this award. This inspires me to pay even more attention to systematic inquiry, competence, integrity/honesty, and respect for people and responsibilities for general and public welfare within my practice. “
Read the whole press release here: AEA ANNOUNCES 2017 AWARD WINNERS
The AWARD family wishes to congratulate Nkwake and his colleagues on receiving the prestigious awards!
About the AEA awards
AEA offers awards in eight distinct areas to acknowledge outstanding colleagues and outstanding work. Through identifying those who exemplify the very best in the field, AEA honors the practitioner and advance the discipline. In any given year, there may be no winner or multiple winners for a particular award. Each proposal is judged on its individual merit.