Marlyn Marín

Palladium | Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Manager

Marlyn Marín has more than 15 years of experience in planning social investment programs for government and nongovernmental institutions at national and local levels. She has worked in the areas of public investment planning and programming, local planning, policy investment, and policy monitoring for the use of government financial resources. Currently, she works at Palladium as the Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Manager for the Health and Education Policy Plus (HEP+) project in Guatemala. She oversees monitoring of processes and results, while evaluating the objectives to be reached for the project’s components and the impacts obtained.

Previously, Marlyn worked for international cooperation agencies on issues related to the internal armed conflict in Guatemala. In this capacity, she designed human settlements for returnees affected by the conflict. Also, in Guatemala, she oversaw the monitoring and evaluation of the government’s national territorial strategic planning process, as well as development of the National Strategy for Food Security 2009-2016 and Operative Plan for Food Security 2008-2009. She has spoken nationally and internationally on reproductive health policies, poverty, and strategic planning.