Jennifer Duncan has worked in international development for more than 20 years, with an emphasis on land and housing rights. She is experienced in legal analysis and drafting, program design and management, and advocacy for land rights and natural resources. She has written and published extensively on land tenure issues. Jennifer has focused on gender perspectives and women’s rights throughout her career. She has previously conducted policy work and community-based research on land issues across Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Sub-Saharan Africa. In addition to her international experience, she has worked with socioeconomic development and legal issues among minority groups in the United States, including migrant farm worker communities in California and the Makah Nation in Washington.