With twenty years of experience in the area of quantitative methods applied to public health program evaluation, Mr. Godoy Garraza has provided methodological guidance and conducted statistical analysis for a range of evaluation studies including major federal initiatives in the area of mental health and reproductive health. He conducted and led analysis involving longitudinal (panel), clustered, or incomplete data, data arising from complex surveys or large administrative dataset, as well as impact evaluation using observational data (e.g. propensity score matching, inverse probability weighting, synthetic controls). Mr. Godoy Garraza has extensive experience with evaluation design, sample design and power analysis. He has been involved in the dissemination of findings through peer-reviewed articles and conference presentations, and has delivered short trainings on technical aspects of evaluation design and analysis.