Suzanne Hanchett is an anthropologist with more than 30 years experience in research, university
teaching, and development projects. She was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow and a former Fulbright Scholar, having received several
other research grants and awards as well. Suzanne's consulting work focuses on participatory planning and program evaluation
in water and sanitation, gender and development, and other social development areas. Her principal working region is South
Mary Ann Castle is a practicing anthropologist with 25 years of experience in the field of public health, particularly reproductive
health, HIV/AIDS, substance abuse, intimate partner violence, and youth development.
"Monju" has a master's degree in economics and extensive experience in evaluation
studies. He is a board member of RIC, the Resource Integration Centre. His specializations are water and sanitation, aging,
Monju has been a member of the PAC team since 2000.
Anwar Islam is a social researcher with more than 15 years of experience in numerous projects in
Bangladesh. Recently he has participated in the PAC "water and culture" project, doing ethnographic and folklore studies in
his home area of Delduar, Tangail.