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  • Dr Drucza specializes in gender, diversity, inclusion and protection. She examines the inter-relationship between agency, norms and structures of power by using iterative, political and participatory processes.


    • socio-economic
    • research program manager
    • June 2016 to Present

    • Managed GENNOVATE data collection and validation - global comparative research initiative which addresses the question of how gender norms and agency influence men, women, and youth to adopt (or hinder) innovation in agriculture; • Policy, stakeholder and gender analysis, literature reviews, research design, gender mainstreaming assessments and diversity and inclusion audits/assessments; • Meta-analysis of evaluations from a gender results perspective; • Quantitative data analysis, institutional strengthening, government capacity building; • Managed budgets, staff, research teams and consultants, wrote policy briefs, monitoring and reporting against program activities, developed annual program, tracked progress against work plans, compiled donor reports; • Assessed different methodologies for empowering women individually, at the household and community level, developed learning products for internal and external audiences, facilitated learning workshops at national and local level.


  • Deakin University
    • PhD
    • January 2012 to December 2015

    Explored the enabling environment for addressing social exclusion, poverty, inequality and ensuring protection. Closely examined the way cash transfer beneficiaries (widow’s and single women, mothers of children under five, endangered indigenous people, elderly, and the disabled) perceive the government’s transfers and their own sense of citizenship.