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Bridgit Adamou is a research associate, dividing her time between two projects in the MEASURE Programs portfolio. She serves as a Family Planning Technical Advisor on the Data for Impact (D4I) project and a Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Specialist on the Tuberculosis Data, Impact, Assessment, and Communications Hub (TB DIAH) project.

Bridgit previously worked on the MEASURE Evaluation project for six years, and before that the MEASURE Evaluation Population and Reproductive Health project for four years. In both roles she combined family planning, reproductive health, and gender knowledge and experience with research and monitoring and evaluation expertise. Bridgit joined UNC and the CPC in November, 2009.