Elizabeth Basauri Bryan
Elizabeth Bryan is a Senior Scientist in the Natural Resources and Resilience Unit, where she conducts policy-relevant research on gender, sustainable agricultural production, climate-smart agriculture, and small-scale irrigation using mixed methods. She currently leads the Gender, Climate Change, and Nutrition Integration (GCAN) Initiative, co-leads the Methods Module of the CGIAR GENDER Impact Platform, and contributes to the CGIAR Research Initiatives on Nature-Positive Solutions and Gender Equality (HER+). She has considerable experience integrating gender into large, interdisciplinary research programs, including the Feed the Future Innovation Labs on Small-Scale Irrigation (ILSSI) and Policy Research, Capacity, and Influence (PRCI). Elizabeth has published numerous articles based on her research and regularly presents research results to diverse audiences, including at policy workshops, trainings, and international conferences. She holds a doctorate in Agricultural Sciences from the University of Hohenheim, an MA in Development Economics from American University, and a BA in International Affairs from Wagner College.