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David McCloud is the deputy director and the deputy assistant to the administrator for USAID’s Office of Afghanistan and Pakistan Affairs, where he focuses on USAID’s extensive portfolio of activities in Pakistan.
A career USAID senior Foreign Service officer, McCloud joined the U.S. Foreign Service in 1988. He previously served as the acting deputy assistant administrator in the Asia and Near East Bureau of USAID, and the director of the Office for Middle East Affairs.
Previous assignments included positions in USAID missions in Egypt, Malawi and Kenya, as well as in the Africa and Management Bureaus in Washington. He holds a B.A. degree from Trinity College and two M.A. degrees from University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), and completed coursework, exams and research for a PhD in Development Studies from University of Wisconsin at Madison.
He was a Fulbright Scholar in 1983/84, conducting research in Tanzania on agricultural production, and a Peace Corps volunteer 1977-80 working as a budget analyst in the Ministry of Finance in Fiji.
Last updated: March 01, 2013