Kourtney Pompi

Member, DC Chapter of NDI’s Advisory Council

Kourtney A. Pompi brings 20 years of international development experience in over 50 countries to the design, implementation and evaluation of projects that provide citizens with the tools and information needed for them to actively engage their government and press for fundamental freedoms, as well as greater transparency and accountability. Ms. Pompi has significant experience in both program management and technical skill areas, including citizen engagement, electoral participation, community empowerment, peacebuilding, social cohesion and inclusive development programming. Specifically, Ms. Pompi has technical depth in program design, training support, materials development, and evaluation in: civic and voter education, international and domestic election monitoring, coalition-building and networking, organizational development, advocacy, community organizing and empowerment, religious tolerance, conflict mitigation, inclusion of vulnerable populations, participatory budgeting, parliamentary monitoring, access to information and open data. Ms. Pompi co-authored several manuals during her tenure at NDI, including Political-Process Monitoring: Activist Tools and Techniques and Political-Process Monitoring: Considering the Outcomes and How They Can Be Measured, both of which provide program implementation tools, monitoring and evaluation tools, best practices and indicators of success and program impact. Ms Pompi worked with several international and domestic election observer groups to monitor elections abroad, and has served as an election official in the United States. Previously she held positions or consultancies with BroderickHaight Consulting, Camris International, Counterpart International, Creative Associates, Democracy International, International Alert, International Organization for Migration, International Republican Institute, National Democratic Institute, Nonviolent Initiative for Democracy, Social Impact, and the US Department of State’s Bureau for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor.

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