Avery Resor is a candidate for the Master of Development Practice at the University of California-Berkeley focusing on assessing the impact of development projects at the intersection of agriculture and nutrition. As an AidData Summer Fellow, Avery is working with UNICEF Uganda to evaluate the impact of UNICEF’s U-Report system on data-driven development. Previously, Avery worked to increase the availability of data on livelihoods and ecosystem services for decision-makers in Tanzania as part of the Vital Signs Monitoring System. She earned a B.A. in environmental science and policy from Duke University.