Sarah Orton-Vipond
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Sarah Orton-Vipond

Director, Engagement and Partnerships United States
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Sarah leads engagement and strategic partnerships at DG. She focuses on promoting efficiency, effectiveness, and impact through data and technology use. Sarah supports DG’s Results Data Initiative development agency programming, focusing on promoting tools, skills, and incentives that lead to meaningful data use for development partners. She has performed data diagnostics and actionable data use landscaping assessments at subnational, national, and global levels.

Before DG, Sarah worked with Nuru International, conducting research to support strategy development and providing support to the CEO. She earned her degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University.

Recent Posts

Our Partnerships Make Us DG

Out of DG’s twelve core values, five are centered on partners and partnerships. Our ability to achieve sustainability and impact is greatly dependent on our strong partnerships, which expand beyond our expertise alone. From our early days co-designing the Aid Management Platform with the Government of Ethiopia and other partners, to today, partnerships are what make DG, DG.

July 28, 2020  
Launch of The African Seed Access Index (TASAI) Visualizing Information on Seeds using Technology in Africa (VISTA)

The timely availability of high-quality, affordable seeds is critical to improving food security, resilience, and livelihoods for smallholder farmers in Africa. In partnership with TASAI, Inc., DG is proud to announce the launch of the TASAI VISTA program.

February 26, 2020 Agriculture
Sharing DG’s Strategic Vision

Development Gateway’s mission is to support the use of data, technology, and evidence to create more effective and responsive institutions. We envision a world where institutions listen and respond to the needs of their constituents; are accountable; and are efficient in targeting and delivering services that improve lives. Since late 2018, we’ve been operating under

October 15, 2019 Global Data Policy