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Deputy Assistant Administrator
Jason Foley currently serves as the Deputy Assistant Administrator in the Asia Bureau of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), overseeing East Asia and the Pacific. Mr. Foley is a career member of the Senior Executive Service.
Previously, Mr. Foley served as the Director of Strategic and Program Planning in the Bureau of Policy, Planning, and Learning. Mr. Foley has worked as the Budget Director for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Director of Strategic Planning for the State Department, and a Peace Corps volunteer in Benin.
Prior to his U.S. Government service, Mr. Foley was a senior manager for a consultancy firm where he focused on financial sector reform issues in East Asia.
Mr. Foley earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and a MA in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.
Last updated: August 20, 2014