Singumbe oversees the research and evaluation process for MHSA’s programs, ensuring that measures for our outcomes are reliable and valid and that claims we make about our successes are based on rigorous methods and sound research principles. Singumbe received a PhD in Sociology and a Postdoctoral Fellowship from the University of Cape Town (UCT), and he was a 2011/2012 Fox Fellow at Yale University. Prior to joining MHSA, he was a researcher at Northeastern University and taught statistics at Bridgewater State University. He engaged in extensive quantitative and qualitative research on housing and poverty under the Centre for Social Science Research at UCT in South Africa and Zambia. He also volunteered under United Nations Volunteers and interned with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Singumbe has written articles on housing and poverty that have been published in international and Southern African journals.
Research & Evaluation Specialist