Jay has more than 17 years of experience in managing, monitoring and evaluating, and providing technical assistance in justice and human rights programs and projects. She has worked as a consultant for various donors including the USAID, ADB, World Bank, UNDP, UNHABITAT, European Commission, and GTZ prior to ABA ROLI under programs for police/ law enforcement, court systems, prosecutors, human rights institutions, and regional governance. Jay joined ABA ROLI's Philippines office in 2012, and soon transferred to ABA ROLI DC office in 2014 where she continues to provide monitoring and evaluation support and guidance to ROLl's regional divisions and various field offices. Jay has conducted assessments and evaluations for ABA ROLI justice, democracy, governance and human rights programs in Egypt, Philippines, Bahrain, Morocco, Central African Republic, and in two regional programs - Central America (El Salvador and Guatemala), and Southeast Asia (Thailand, Myanmar, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka), on judicial reform and human rights programs, and oversaw a number of internal evaluations for programs on anti-slavery (Mali), LGBTQI rights, labor rights, and rule of law program (Balkans). Jay is currently a co-lead of a U.S. interagency-driven Community of Practice for Justice Sector Measurement under a State Department Program, providing various knowledge products for practitioners and engaging them in discussions and other avenues for sharing and collaboration.