Jordan Sticklin serves as a Project Manager, primarily supporting the Analytical Services IV (ASIV) Task Orders. Mr. Sticklin has four years' experience in providing management and technical assistance to monitoring, evaluation, and learning programs for international development donors. His work has spanned DRG sectors, including rule of law, citizen security, human rights, and elections and political transitions. He has primarily supported projects and studies across the LAC region, including Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Colombia, Peru, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic. Prior to joining DPI, Mr. Sticklin supported analytical work under USAID's Democracy, Rights and Governance - Learning, Evaluation and Research II (DRG-LER II) contract. He holds a Bachelor's in Economics and International Relations from Tulane University, and is fluent in Spanish.