Dr. Diana Caley, a social scientist and international development practitioner, is an Advisor in the Food Security and Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning practice at Crown Agents USA, in Washington, DC. A Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (Morocco), she has carried out research, taught, and implemented development assistance programs in Egypt, Iraq, Mexico, Peru, Uganda, Tanzania, and Yemen. Dr. Caley holds a B.A. from George Washington University and a Ph.D. from New York University where she conducted original research on urban food insecurity in Kampala, Uganda. Her research and thought leadership focuses on urbanization and food security analysis for famine early warning systems, program targeting, and monitoring and evaluation. Through her advising, teaching, and technical training, Dr. Caley provides practical recommendations for analysts, program implementers, donors, researchers, and others on how to design and carry out practical analytic plans for measuring food security and other social phenomenon.