Alexander Keninitz – ME&A
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Alexander Keninitz

Project Assistant

Keninitz Alexander

Alexander Keninitz is a project assistant responsible for assisting with the management of ME&A’s USAID-funded projects. After joining ME&A as an intern, he was promoted to project assistant assisting with the closeout of the USAID-funded Feed the Future Global Program Evaluation for Effectiveness and Learning (PEEL).

He also has skills in geographic information systems and data visualization and assists with ME&A’s work in this area on an as-needed basis. Mr. Keninitz holds an Esri ArcGIS Pro Foundation certification for his expertise in applying ArcGIS concepts and processes to workflows (sequences of operations).

Mr. Keninitz holds a B.S. in Geography and Environmental Planning from Towson University in Towson, Md. Before attending Towson University, he was part of the Montgomery Scholars Program at Montgomery College in Rockville, Md., for two years.