Peter Wiebler has been directing USAID’s Mission in Serbia since March 5, 2014.
Peter Wiebler is a career USAID Foreign Service Officer with extensive senior USG and private foundation experience in democratization. Prior to his assignment at USAID Serbia-Montenegro, he led the Democracy and Governance (DG) portfolio at USAID Afghanistan, the Agency’s largest worldwide. Mr. Wiebler has also directed high-profile DG portfolios for USAID West Bank and Gaza as well as Ukraine, Belarus and Moldova.
Prior to joining USAID in 2002, he led Freedom House’s Budapest Regional Office for seven years, spearheading democratization initiatives across Central and Eastern Europe, including in Serbia and other former Yugoslav republics.
Mr. Wiebler graduated cum laude from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service with a focus on international politics and the former Soviet Union. He received his Master’s degree in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. He speaks German, Russian and basic Serbian.
Mr. Wiebler’s wife Maja is Embassy Belgrade’s Refugee Coordinator. The couple has two sons, Aleksandar (Sasha) and Nikola.
Last updated: May 28, 2014