Elizabeth Hudler is a Project Manager at Chemonics International, an international development consulting firm. She has supported business development and USAID-funded projects in the areas of social accountability, legislative strengthening, public policy, cross-sectoral programming, and countering violent extremism, primarily in East and Southern Africa, and has completed field assignments in Ethiopia, Guinea, Haiti, Kenya, Malawi, Senegal, and Uganda. Her current portfolio includes managing the Southern Africa portfolio for USAID’s global Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) program and supporting the Democracy and Governance Practice. Before joining Chemonics, she worked on U.S. electoral policy at FairVote: The Center for Voting and Democracy, developing communications and advocacy initiatives. She also provided research support to the Ghana Center for Democratic Development based in Accra, and the McGill Institute for Health and Social Policy, based in Montreal, Quebec.
Elizabeth holds a B.A. from McGill University in political science and African studies. She is proficient in French and German.
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