Ray has nearly 15 years of experience in social impact strategic planning, management, and leadership. She’s worked with and for public, private, and nonprofit organizations, both in the United States and internationally in countries across Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Western Europe.
Prior to moving into consultancy work, Ray was the Deputy Country Director for DKT Tanzania, one of the world’s largest family planning organizations. She was charged with creating and implementing the organization’s annual strategic plans and overseeing all operational departments, including Logistics, Sales, Marketing & Communications, HR & Admin, and Service Delivery. This in-depth hands-on implementation experience greatly informs her current work with clients, as she strives to create plans that are practical, straightforward, and aligned with each organizations’ specific mission, opportunities, and constraints.
Before working in Tanzania, Ray oversaw an educational Human Rights program in Nepal, Jordan, and Chile, and started her career assessing and designing programming aimed at ameliorating child hunger in the Upper Midwestern US.
Ray holds an M.B.A. from London Business School, an M.P.H. from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and a B.A. in International Relations and in Human Biology from Brown University.
- Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty
- VISIT DELCO
- Charlotte Maxwell Clinic
- Social Good Fund
- Bachelor’s in Human Biology and International Relations, Brown University
- Masters in Public Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Masters in Business Administration, London Business School