Kim Mahling Clark
With more than 20 years of experience in democratic governance and post-conflict transitions, Kim Mahling Clark has designed, implemented, managed, and evaluated projects to strengthen both institutions and processes in more than 20 countries, focusing primarily on Africa and Haiti. She helps manage IBTCI’s Crisis, Conflict and Governance portfolio – focusing on technical work, program oversight and new business development. She has been involved in all aspects of USAID-funded projects, including program design, budgeting, program launch, work plan development, financial and performance monitoring, strategic planning, reporting, and evaluation. She served as Chief of Party in Senegal for two years and has managed eight multi-million dollar USAID-funded projects since 2001, working closely with the client to understand expectations, address priorities, and comply with contractual and USG requirements. Fluent in French and Italian, she has a Masters’ Degree in International Relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS).