Michelle Roseborough is a Senior Research and Evaluation Partner at Rotary International. She has ten years of international consulting experience and has worked with a range of NGOs and international development organizations.

Michelle has written extensively on a number of development issues and was a contributing researcher for the “Report on the South African Copyright Review 2008” and the African Women’s Decade Report in 2014. She previously served as a consultant with the South African National Treasury, where she supported research projects aimed at strengthening public finance management.

Michelle was the founder of a monthly podcast to promote African women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and participated in the Chicago Women in Philanthropy’s 2018/19 Leadership Mentoring Program. She is currently exploring how to build the capacity of international development projects to increase their potential to scale and achieve long-term sustainability.

Michelle holds a master’s degree in development economics from the University of Cape Town and as well as a master’s degree in public and development management from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa.