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USAID welcomes Biden-Harris Appointees

By Oluwaseun Sonde

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The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has welcomed the new Agency’s Chief of Staff, Gideon Marltz and others who were appointed by the President, Joe Biden’s administration.

In a statement released on Monday, while Gideon joined the growing body of Biden-Harris appointees that continue to build out the Agency with wide-ranging expertise. As these appointees looked forward to contributing to the world’s premier development agency as part of a vibrant, dedicated workforce, representing the best of the American people.

Together, the team, while celebrating 60 years of successes, will build the USAID of tomorrow, leading and always innovating international development and humanitarian efforts to save lives, reduce poverty and strengthen democracy.

Others includes: Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Africa, Travis Adkins, Executive Secretary, Office of the Executive Secretariat, Jeremy Bernton, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Global Health, Natasha Bilimoria.

The Deputy Assistant to the Administrator, Bureau for Policy, Planning, and Learning, Nikole Burroughs, Assistant to the Administrator, Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, Sarah Charles Phillips.

The Deputy Assistant Administrator for Public Affairs, Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs, Gabi Chojkier, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Middle East, Megan Doherty, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean, Mileydi Guilarte.

The Deputy Assistant Administrator for Legislative Affairs, Bureau for Legislative and Public Affairs, Diala Jadallah-Redding, Deputy Assistant Administrator, Bureau for Asia, Anjali Kaur, Executive Director for COVID-19, Office of the Administrator, Jeremy Konyndyk.

The White House Liaison, Zeppa Kreager, Deputy Assistant to the Administrator, Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, Mike Michener, President’s Malaria Initiative Coordinator, Bureau for Global Health, Raj Panjabi etc.


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