Triin Edovald

Head of International Evaluation

Triin joined the EEF in March 2017 and was responsible for the development of EEF's approach to evaluations and management of EEF campaigns while Camilla Nevill (see below) was on maternity leave. She then took on the role of Head of International evaluation overseeing the management of the Global Trials Fund and EEF's approach to evaluations in other countries.

Triin comes from the Innovation Growth Lab (IGL) at Nesta where she is Principal Researcher and focuses on the assessment of RCT designs and provision of consultancy on RCTs to the IGL's partners and grant holders. Prior to this she worked at NatCen Social Research as Head of Evaluation responsible for the team designing and delivering impact evaluations. Prior to NatCen, she worked at the Dartington Social Research Unit, where she was leading on the adaptation of the Washington State Institute for Public Policy’s cost-benefit model developed to inform government investment decisions for use in the UK. Before that, she worked at the National Academy for Parenting Research at King's College London, where she assessed the quality and effectiveness of parenting programmes.

Her published work includes Running randomised controlled trials in innovation, entrepreneurship and growth: An Introductory Guide (2016).