Kerri Dizoglio

Portrait of Kerri DiZoglio
Acting Deputy Assistant Administrator

Kerri DiZoglio is Acting Deputy Assistant Administrator in USAID’s Bureau for Policy, Planning and Learning (PPL). She is a seasoned foreign policy and development professional with nearly 20 years of experience focused on policy development, strategic planning, donor coordination and advancing organizational change.

Ms. DiZoglio previously led PPL’s Strategic and Program Planning office. In this role, she facilitated a major policy revision process resulting in updated planning and management guidance that enables more flexible and adaptive development programming. In 2008, Ms. DiZoglio worked for USAID’s Chief Operating Officer, where she led efforts to establish a staff care program that addresses resilience issues affecting USAID personnel working in high stress environments.

Before joining USAID, Ms. DiZoglio worked at the Department of State in the Bureau for Western Hemisphere Affairs, the Office of the Director of Foreign Assistance and the Office of Development Finance, where she represented the United States in various multilateral fora, including at the United Nations and Inter-American Development Bank. As a Brookings Legis Fellow in 2005, Ms. DiZoglio served in the U.S. Senate working on issues of foreign policy and post-conflict reconstruction. Prior to her government service, she worked in the private sector.

Ms. DiZoglio received her bachelor’s degree in economics from Brandeis University and master’s degree in international studies from the University of Miami. She is originally from Massachusetts.

Last updated: March 01, 2018

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