CMCE offers holistic program design services for newly forming programs and organizations, as well as monitoring and evaluation or redesign of existing programs.

About Carrie

Carrie Mann is a research consultant with over 15 years of experience in program design, evaluation and management. She has worked in the areas of climate change, comparative culture and policy, land reuse, green building, energy efficiency, sustainable small scale agriculture, food security and health, and refugee resettlement. She has designed and managed small NGO’s as well as large regional partnership programs. Carrie currently lives in Monterey, CA. Her interest in health relates to her yoga practice and yoga teaching.

Services Overview

CMCE offers services in program design, monitoring and evaluation as well as local and regional planning. We collaborate with our clients to develop tools to make your organization more effective and your community more vibrant.

CMCE's professional services include:

  • Strategic plan development
  • Organizational process analysis - logic models
  • Social Network Analysis
  • Data collection, monitoring and evaluation
  • Local and regional development planning

To explore how CMCE can support you in reaching your full change-making potential, contact us.

Past and Current Projects

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The Transatlantic Refugee Resettlement Roundtable and Network (TRRN)

CMCE, with generous funding from the Robert Bosch Foundation, is bringing together a unique network of individuals to address refugee resettlement around the world. CMCE is tasked with planning an annual roundtable and creating infrastructure for a transatlantic network of professionals, organizations, and refugees to increase dialogue and collaboration around the issue of refugee resettlement.

You can learn more about TRRN here, or

Click here to view the program and photos from our TRRN kick-off event at the German Consulate General in San Francisco, CA. 


Program Analysis, Research, and Evaluation for the IRC and IRC New Roots Program

CMCE is working with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and their New Roots Food Secure Resettlement Program to conduct program analysis and research on food security and refugee resettlement. To date, CMCE has:

  • Conducted a comprehensive program analysis of the IRC New Roots Program in Oakland, CA and used GIS mapping and other tools to produce relevant research findings for the program.

  • Collaborated with the Middlebury Institute for International Studies to conduct research and evaluation of the IRC New Roots program in Sacramento, CA. This research focuses on food security and sustainability in refugee resettlement and is funded by the Bosch Foundation. Read more here.


Program Design and Development for AMBAG
CMCE worked with the Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments (AMBAG) to develop several collaborative programs.

  • CMCE led the creation of a Tri-County Regional Energy Plan, bringing stakeholders together from San Benito, Santa Cruz and Monterey Counties.

  • CMCE designed the AMBAG Energy Watch Program, a Tri-County, $7 million partnership program with Pacific Gas and Electricity Company (PG&E) to reduce energy use by tri-county residents, businesses and local governments.


Research for the Sustainable Base Reuse Institute

CMCE co-created the Institute to study former military land reuse worldwide and  to provide a framework of information for shaping the former Fort Ord community of the Monterey Peninsula. A key component of this was the development and management of a formal Student Internship Program, a partnership with the then Monterey Institute of International Studies.


Strategic Plan Development for the Fort Ord Reuse Authority
CMCE assembled and lead a working group to research and develop design guidelines for the 3-mile California Highway 1 stretch of the former Fort Ord. Read the final guidelines here


Research for the Bundesministerium fuer Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit

CMCE conducted and presented research on the different cultural  contexts and perspectives from which the US and Germany approached environmental policy making at the time, especially in the area of climate change.

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Carrie Mann Consulting and Evaluation
Based in Northern California

carrie@carriemannconsulting.com

831-233-8093