Jennifer Anderson Lewis currently serves as an adjunct professor for Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service's MSFS and Global Human Development programs. She is a senior democracy and international development professional with over 20 years of experience in the areas of transparency and accountability, anti-corruption, rule of law, local governance, international trade, and economic growth. Jennifer has over 16 years of experience leading and implementing United States Agency for International Development (USAID) projects around the world. In her current full time role, she serves as Senior Governance and Rule of Law Advisor at USAID/Washington, where she provides technical leadership and project design support in local governance and decentralization, transparency and accountability, rule of law and anti-corruption to the Agency, field missions, and other U.S. Government (USG) agencies. She also serves as USAID's Point of Contact for the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI), and engages in both multilateral coordination and USG policy formulation on global governance initiatives. Jennifer previously served as Development Alternative Inc. (DAI)’s Governance Director for Latin America, overseeing a large portfolio of programs in local governance, transparency and accountability, and public financial management. She also served in a variety of roles at Chemonics International Inc., including as Project Director for a dozen governance and economic growth projects in Latin America, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe, and as Chief of Party (COP) on USAID programs in Bosnia and El Salvador. She also practiced law for 5 years, serving as an attorney at Wilmer Hale LLP, where she focused on international trade and anti-corruption, and as in-house legal advisor/business conduct for Chemonics, where she focused on FCPA/FCA investigations and reporting. Jennifer holds a BSFS from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and a JD from American University's Washington College of Law.