Amy Todd is the Senior Manager for Monitoring, Evaluation, & Learning at the Clean Cooking Alliance (CCA). She leads the monitoring of CCA's progress and market health indicators, works with impact measurements, and contributes to knowledge management and learning. Prior to joining CCA's, she worked as a researcher focusing on monitoring and evaluation frameworks and third-party evaluations of international development programs globally. She has also worked as a Peace Corps volunteer, teacher, for a global foundation, and has lived in several countries abroad. She holds a MPP from the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University, and a BA in Chinese History from Wesleyan University.