Government Executive Interviews Former USAID Administrator Mark Green

Government Executive: American Leadership Can Save Lives: An Interview with Former USAID Administrator Mark Green
“There are more than 71 million people displaced in the world today, notes Ambassador Mark Green, who stepped down from his job as administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development last month. With so many parts of the world in crisis, under Green’s leadership USAID undertook major reforms in the way the agency administers foreign aid, rethinking its governance, education, nutrition, and global health programs. … The former U.S. representative for Wisconsin’s 8th district (1999-2007), ambassador to the United Republic of Tanzania (2007-2009) and member of the board of directors for the Millennium Challenge Corporation recently spoke to Government Executive about his time in government, the U.S. role in the world, the nature of leadership, and what’s next for him as executive director of the McCain Institute, a think tank affiliated with Arizona State University…” (Bublé, 5/28).

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