Jayne is a Social Scientist, a Gender, Project Planner, and Management Specialist. She holds Master of Arts Degree in Project Planning and Management from The Catholic University of Eastern Africa 2016.
She has good knowledge and understanding of principles and current approaches in gender program planning, including participatory approaches on livelihood analysis, results-based management, Monitoring Evaluation Accountability Learning, and Reporting. Jayne is a result-oriented and competent person, a team player with a pleasant personality including the ability to identify and participate in the resolution of conflicts.
She has built expertise working with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and Religious Organizations in partnership with Government in both long term and short-term periods for over 11 years in Monitoring and Evaluation. Most of the work she has done included components of Social Protection, Gender, Human Rights, Governance, Peace Lobby, and advocacy for social-economic justice. Her involvement in both natural and manmade disasters exposed her to understand humanitarian assistance dynamics, political, moral, legal bases, and justice for all humanity.
Jayne has international work experience and traveled in Africa, Europe, and North America. Key responsibilities included project coordination that demanded the development of guidelines and tools for effective program design, quality assurance, PMEAL, and reporting framework.
Jayne is passionate about providing strategic and technical guidance to organizations and vulnerable communities to bring about social change and improve their socio-economic life in sustainable ways.