Devashri Salvi is the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Lead at the Center for Integration Science. She is a physical therapist by training and has an MPH with a specialization in Environmental Health and the Design and Conduct of Public Health Research from Boston University.
Devashri has worked in NCD-related research since 2011 on projects conducted in India, Zambia, Kenya, and the United States. After spending five years in India conducting lung health and air quality related research, Devashri moved to Boston, Massachusetts. Most recently Devashri served as the Director of Program Monitoring and Evaluation at a Boston-based anti-poverty nonprofit where she designed the M&E strategy for 11 social programs while serving as a consultant for 110+ partner organizations. Devashri believes in continuous learning and has completed certificate programs in nonprofit leadership and management in 2020 as well as practical quality improvement in 2021.
At the Center for Integration Science, Devashri leads and supports M&E activities that will help scale‐up service delivery within the NCDI Poverty Network. Devashri works to establish and execute the near and long‐term strategy to grow M&E capacity at the local catchment, national, and regional levels within the PEN-Plus program.