Shubham Roy is working as an executive of the research, monitoring and evaluation (RME) at BYLC. His core responsibilities include conducting evaluations of BYLC’s ongoing programs; performing quantitative and qualitative data analysis to generate insights for programmatic improvements; assisting the RME team in developing M&E reports; and providing research and knowledge management support.
Prior to joining BYLC, Shubham worked in operations and strategic management in an IT firm, where he worked closely with the senior management on business analytics, operational processes, HR automation, and people development. He started his career at the international think-tank, the Institute for Policy, Advocacy, and Governance (IPAG) as a research assistant.
Shubham has a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Dhaka. He was the founding president of the Economics Career Alliance in his university, where he designed and led initiatives aimed at facilitating professional development of the students and creating linkage between industry and academia. He also served as one of the 30 selected youth advocates at the United Nations Youth Advisory Panel (UNYAP) Bangladesh, where he represented the youth of the country and communicated their challenges and success to UNCT, UN agencies, and other stakeholders.
Shubham received his training on leadership, culture, and soft skills in the US during his participation at the Global Connections and Exchange Program organized by Relief International and supported by the US Department of State. As a state alumnus and a passionate youth advocate, Shubham has always felt strongly about youth empowerment. He co-founded a community-based voluntary youth organization in his hometown to mobilize the youth of his community to practice leadership and actively engage in community services.