United States Agency for International Development
Mr. Clinton D. White is the Deputy Assistant Administrator for the Bureau for Management at USAID. The Bureau for Management provides the financial, technological, space, and business support for our global operations in over 80 countries. These include the award and oversight of contracts, grants and assistance; information technology; travel, transportation and property; the Agency’s operating expense budget; financial management operations; Agency reporting. Mr. White recently returned from Egypt, where he served as the Regional Controller. He is a career member of the Senior Foreign Service.
Clinton White joined USAID as a Foreign Service Officer in 2002. He has served as a Controller directing financial management operations in overseas missions. He has extensive experience in Ghana, Senegal, West Africa, Pakistan, Egypt and the Middle East; and significant policy and public sector experience through advisory and technical assistance within USAID, host governments, and the PVO/NGO community. This includes leading and advising on financial management policies and reforms, implementing innovative business solutions for non-governmental/civil society organizations, as well as collaborating with other donors (The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and the European Union); on key development strategies toward alleviating poverty and improving economic growth.
He holds a B.S. in Business (Marketing) from the University of West Florida; MBA from the University of West Florida; and studied Organizational Development and Leadership at the University of West Florida, and Public Financial Management at Duke University