Ms. Stanley is a Senior Land Administration Specialist at the World Bank.
She has worked in more than 25 countries across Africa, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Latin America and across a wide range of land issues including land reform, administration, governance and policy. She also has experience in the areas of rural and municipal development, gender analysis and inclusion, information technology, public service delivery, and institutional reform. Ms. Stanley’s current focus of work is on women’s land rights and gender inclusion across urban and land issues.
Prior to joining the World Bank Ms. Stanley worked for several NGOs on research and development issues, and for the US Department of the Interior in administration and budgeting. Ms. Stanley has a Master of Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School for Public and International Affairs and a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University.
She joined the Gender Oversight Committee because women’s land rights and gender justice are her passion and she wants to contribute to this agenda as much as possible!