Fay is vice president of the Hewlett Foundation, managing special initiatives to improve grantmaking and discrete projects that fall outside traditional programming. She also leads the foundation’s Effective Philanthropy Group, a team she shaped and launched in 2012 to guide strategy, evaluation, and organization learning within Hewlett, and also lead grantmaking in support of organizational effectiveness and a strong philanthropic sector. Prior to joining Hewlett in 2011, Fay advised Yad Hanadiv (the Rothschild Family Foundation), served as director and member of the leadership team of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation —designing and developing its Impact Planning & Improvement division — and was a founding principal of BTW Informing Change, a strategic consulting firm.

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