Deputy Director, Family Planning and Reproductive Health
Jay Gribble, HP+ deputy director for family planning and reproductive health, has expertise in policy, research, and communication and more than 25 years of experience in international family planning. Jay’s broad portfolio includes costed implementation plan development and execution, development and application of policy models to support family planning, and work on the linkages between family planning and other health and development issues. Jay is involved in other family planning initiatives, including the Technical Advisory Group of the High Impact Practices in Family Planning, for which he has been lead author on two briefs. He has also served as co- or principal investigator on several NIH-supported grants and has authored or co-published a variety of peer-reviewed publications related to sexual and reproductive health, population and development, contraceptive security, youth, and the demographic dividend. Jay holds undergraduate degrees in marketing and Spanish from the University of Texas at Austin, masters and doctoral degrees from Harvard University, and a master of public health degree from the University of Buenos Aires.