Project Manager, ASU Center for Excellence in Energy
School of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875502
Tempe, AZ 85287-5502
- Project Manager, ASU Center for Excellence in Energy
Alana Burnham is a project management professional with 6 years of experience working in global development. She was a key member of Global Locust Initiative’s USAID-funded project Communities for Sustainable Agriculture (Bay Sa Waar), leading the creation of outreach materials for project beneficiaries in Senegal and larger Western Africa.
Alana currently is the Project Manager of the ASU's Center of Excellence for Energy, a USAID project in Egypt seeking to strengthen the capacity of Egyptian Universities to drive public and private energy sector innovation, bolster Egyptian government policy to stimulate economic growth, and find solutions to Egypt's unique challenges in the energy sector.
- Certified Project Management Professional (PMP)®, Project Management Institute, 2021
- BS, Environmental and Soil Sciences (Environmental Science; minor in Biological Sciences and Stormwater, University of Tennessee-Knoxville, 2015
van Riemsdijk, M. and A. Burnham. 2016. Socio-cultural incorporation of skilled migrants at work: Employer and migrant perspectives. International Migration 54(3):20-34. DOI: 10.1111/imig.12221. (link )
Burnham, A., M. Diallo, A. Beye, M. Lecoq and A. J. Cease. Gueye, B. ed. 2020. Méthodes de lutte antiacridienne pour les communautés du bassin arachidier du Senegal [Community management of locusts and grasshopper in central Senegal]. (Lecoq, M. and F. B. Sarr, Trans.) Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.
Burnham, A., B. B. Kantola, M. Diallo, A. Beye, M. Lecoq, M. Toure and A. J. Cease. Gueye, B. ed. 2020. Criquets ravageurs des régions centrales du Senegal: guide pour l’agriculteur [Locust and grasshopper pests of central Senegal: an agriculturist’s guide]. (Lecoq, M. and F. B. Sarr, Trans.) Arizona State University. Tempe, AZ.