Jane Sloane is Vice President of Programs with the Global Fund for Women and she was previously Vice President of Development with Women’s World Banking in New York Prior to this she was Executive Director of International Women’s Development Agency, supporting women’s rights organizations across the Asia and the Pacific region. In this role she led a Breakthrough women, faith and development initiative that generated $1.2 billion in new funds for women and girls in the Asia Pacific region. Jane has a Master’s degree in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Sydney and a BA (Hons History)from the University of Adelaide. She serves on the Board of the Women’s Funding Network and is a Patron of Marie Stopes International. Her blog is janeintheworld.com.