Troy Wray is Chief Strategy and Growth Officer of I4DI. As a senior expert in program design and implementation for impact, Mr. Wray provides support for I4DI leaders and associates to strategically position I4DI technology and methods in international development programming. Mr. Wray brings a unique combination of development policy, program design, and complex project management experience to I4DI and its clients.

Prior to joining I4DI, Mr. Wray was a Principal and Director of Operations for Washington Business Dynamics, LLC where he spearheaded the growth of the firm’s international development practice. Mr. Wray has held senior leadership positions in the United States Government and in a multilateral development bank, and has worked at the intersection of international development policy and practice for nearly 25 years. Over the course of his career, Mr. Wray has led the design and implementation of over $1B in programs in social development, governance, and climate adaptation across Africa and Asia. Mr. Wray holds two Bachelor’s degrees, one in Economics and another in Foreign Languages, and he holds a MALD from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, with specialization in international economics.


Jon-Paul Bowles is a senior advisor for I4DI. For several years he lived and worked in Latin America where he managed a $20+ million portfolio of development funds for one of the world’s largest INGOs. He has since used his "boots on the ground"
Jennie Boocock is I4DI's Associate Director for Program Operations where she supports the firm's initiatives with the US Agency for International Development and private sector clients. In this role, She oversees implementation of key contracts and works with I4DI management to pursue new opportunities
Amel Osmanovic is I4DI’s Full Stack Web Developer. He is responsible for the full software development life cycle; from conception to deployment. Mr. Osmanovic brings to I4DI extensive experience in working with over 100 diverse clients on front-end website architecture, back-end applications, databases, and