Blog Posts Discuss Nomination Of Mark Green As USAID Administrator

Center for Global Development: A Sound Choice for USAID Administrator
Scott Morris, a senior fellow and director of the U.S. Development Policy Initiative at CGD, writes, “With so much uncertainty about the future of U.S. foreign assistance, engendered by skinny budgets, executive orders, and a rumor mill on overdrive, [President Trump’s nomination of Mark Andrew Green as USAID administrator] amounts to a heavy dose of comfort that comes with a familiar name and a clear and sound track record as a development policymaker…” (5/11).

Center for Global Health Policy’s “Science Speaks”: We’re reading about USAID nominee Mark Green: Former Tanzania ambassador, Congressman, WorldTeach volunteer
Antigone Barton, senior editor and writer of “Science Speaks,” summarizes Green’s work in global health and development, listing several “[p]ieces focused on his work [that] offer a glimpse of the thinking behind [his support for foreign aid funding], and the vision he might carry to his next job…” (5/11).

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