Fay has worked extensively with unions, community groups, coalitions, social justice movements and human rights bodies as a policy consultant and strategic adviser to address:
- law reform strategies and advocacy;
- strategic planning for organizations and social justice movements;
- community consultations and community facilitation; and
- commissioned research.
Fay has extensive experience with law reform advocacy. She is routinely retained by community-based organizations, public and private sector organizations, and public task forces to provide policy analysis, conduct commissioned research, write law reform reports, write submissions to and appear before legislative committees and participate on expert advisory groups on issues relating to human rights, migrant worker rights, labour and employment law, precarious work, pay transparency, women in migration, and effective enforcement of fundamental workplace and human rights. She analyses the strengths and weaknesses in legal protection and identifies opportunities for reform to advance social and economic justice. She brings to her work a strong analysis of how systems operate and a keen ability to identify strategic opportunities for meaningful impact.
Fay also works collaboratively with human rights organizations and social justice movements to sharpen strategic visions, to develop strategic plans and to implement practical plans to advance human rights and social justice objectives. With extensive experience developing social justice campaigns and mobilization, Fay works to build strength in community, to deepen coalitions, and to build capacity in social justice movements. She has experience conducting community consultations and developing community engagement strategies that enable organizations to create strategic plans that are accountable to and reflect the concerns of those who are directly affected.