Everlyne is a social scientist, with over 16 years of experience working on gender, land governance, conflict resolution, monitoring and impact evaluations at national, regional and global level. She is the Coordinator of the Global Land Indicators Initiative (GLII); a global multi-stakeholders’ platform for coordination and development of globally comparable land indicators, methodologies and tools for land monitoring including SDGs; and impact evaluation of land tenure and governance interventions at the Land and GLTN in UN-Habitat. She is also the Gender Focal Point for Urban Legislation, Land and Governance Branch of UN-Habitat. She is known for her contribution in facilitating the development of global methodologies for monitoring land indicators in the SDGs and impact evaluation, designing gender responsive land governance tools and conflict sensitive approaches for land and natural resource management. Before joining UN-Habitat, Everlyne worked and consulted for several agencies including Huairou Commission, Oxfam International; African Development Bank, and NORAD BN. Everlyne holds a Master of Philosophy in Guidance and Counselling and bachelor’s degree in Geography from Moi University, Kenya.