Jay Gribble

Bridge Project
1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite 520
Washington, DC
USA 20009-5728
Email: jgribble@prb.org

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Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: Population Reference Bureau, Washington, D.C. Senior Program Director, Population and Reproductive Health--Oversight of PRB’s portfolio in population and reproductive health, with an emphasis on involvement in USAID-related work. Efforts include business development and leadership on organizational technical efforts related to reproductive health. Education Sc.D., Demography, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1991. M.A., Ethics and Moral Theology, Washington Theological Union, 1996. M.Sc., Population Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1987. M.P.H., University of Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1984. B.A., Spanish, University of Texas at Austin, 1980. B.B.A., Marketing, University of Texas at Austin, 1980. Gribble, J.N., N. Murray, E.P. Menotti (Forthcoming) Reconsidering childhood undernutrition: Can birth spacing make a difference? An analysis of the 2002-2003 El Salvador National Family Health Survey. Maternal and Child Nutrition. Gribble, J.N., R. Lundgren, C. Velasquez, E.E Anastasi. (2008) Being strategic about contraceptive introduction: The experience of the Standard Days Method. Contraception 77(3): 147-154. Gribble, J.N., S. Sharma, E.P. Menotti. (2007) Family planning policies and their impacts on the poor: Peru’s experience. International Family Planning Perspectives 33(4): 176-181. Lundgren, R.I., J.N. Gribble, M.E. Greene, et al. (2005) Cultivating Men's Interest in Family Planning: Experiences of an Environmental Program in Rural El Salvador. Studies in Family Planning 36(3): 173-188. Sharma, S., J.N. Gribble, E. Menotti. (2005) Toward a sustainable future: Creating options in family planning for the private sector in Latin America. Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública/Pan American Journal of Public Health 18(1): 37-44. Gribble, J.N., V. Jennings, M. Nikula. (2004) Mind the Gap: Responding to the Funding Crisis in Family Planning. International Journal of Family Planning and Reproductive Health Care 30(3):155-157.
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