Victoria Udoh has a BSc and MSc in Economics and has a well-furnished training and resounding work experience in the development sector spanning over 13 years, with the last 9 years in the area of Monitoring and Evaluation. She is the Programme Coordinator of the Centre, where she guides project implementation as well as oversees the Monitoring and Evaluation of projects and programmes of the Centre.
Until January 2017, she was the National Coordinator of the National Civil Society Organisation overseeing the Monitoring and Evaluation of Office of the Senior Special Assistant to the President on the Millennium Development Goals funded by the Debt Relief Gains in Nigeria; a position where I oversee 45 Civil Society Organisations spread across the 36 states of the federation. Part of my responsibility was to verify, analyse and generates qualitative data for the annual National report of the Nigeria’s Debt Relief Gains Projects and Programme. She is a member of the Nigeria Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) working group, Monitoring and Evaluation Mentorship Network, Innovation for change and others.
She is married and blessed with children.