Sheree (Bennett) Kullenberg is a Senior Research and Evidence Advisor at The International Rescue Committee (IRC) where she leads the organization's global strategy to increase the use of evidence in strategic and programmatic decision-making. She supports technical and country program teams across the organization to identify, critically appraise and apply evidence in actionable and contextually appropriate ways. This includes making technical shifts or adapting country-level program portfolios based on best available evidence, cost data and contextual considerations. She also supports the development of IRC's growing research agenda in Europe where she develops academic partnerships and manages research and evaluation of IRC programs in economic, social and political integration. She has over 12 years of research and evaluation experience with a focus on the politics of service delivery, peace-building and participatory approaches to local development. She holds M.A. and M.Phil degrees in Political Science from Yale University where she is currently completing a doctoral thesis on the social psychology of community-driven development in multi-ethnic post-conflict settings.