Carol Miller

What Carol does with G@W

As Knowledge Strategist, Carol works to catalyze and coordinate knowledge building and knowledge outreach across G@W's change interventions and network.

Year she joined...


And why...

She has been an advocate of G@W's approach for many years and the opportunity to be involved in this game-changing work to challenge gender inequalities was not to be missed.

Where else she has worked

Inspired by her doctoral research on the efforts of inter-war transnational women's organizations to have women's rights addressed by international organizations, Carol became a Research Associate at the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development where she wrote on mainstreaming gender into bi- and multilateral organizations and their programs. After working with the UN, she continued promoting gender equality and women's rights issues as staff member or consultant, mainly with UK-based INGOs. She worked as Gender Policy Analyst at ActionAid UK and in 2007 joined Oxfam Canada, first as Learning and Accountability Specialist, then as Manager, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Unit, and most recently as Advisor to the Knowledge Hub on VAWG/GBV.

Selected Writings

  • 'Capturing changes in women's lives: the experiences of Oxfam Canada in applying feminist evaluation principles to monitoring and evaluation practice', with Laura Haylock, in Gender and Development, Special Issue on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning, Vol. 22:2, July 2014.
  • The Power of Gender-Just Organizations, for Oxfam Canada,Ottawa, 2012. 'Lobbying the League: Women's NGOs and the League of Nations', D.Phil. Dissertation published on the on-line digital archive, Women and Social Movements International, 1840-2010, Women and Social Movements Website, SUNY Binghamton University and Alexander Street Press, 2010.
  • 'Mainstreaming disability in development cooperation: lessons from gender mainstreaming', with Bill Albert, In or out of the mainstream? Lessons from research on disability and development cooperation, ed. Bill Albert, The Disability Press, 2006.
  • Missionaries and Mandarins: Feminist Engagement with Development Institutions, ed. with Shahra Razavi, Intermediate Technology Press, London, 1998.

Favorite Reads

Atonement by Ian McKewan


Wandering country lanes with my boys and our dog, and planning our eco home that may never be built but is nonetheless much dreamt about.