Sheila Herrling

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Sheila Herrling manages the Center for Global Development's MCA Monitor Initiative, providing policy analysis and research on the operations, effectiveness and impact of the U.S. Millennium Challenge Account. She is the principal contributor to the MCA Monitor blog, a co-author with Steve Radelet of The Millennium Challenge Account: Soft Power or Collateral Damage? and The MCC Between a Rock and a Hard Place. Sheila is also Treasurer of the Board of Directors of One World U.S., a global community of over 1600 organizations working together for human rights and sustainable development.

"Sheila previously served as the Center’s Director of Communications and Policy, and was Deputy Director of the development policy office of the U.S. Treasury. She has had a variety of positions in her thirteen- year tenure with the U.S. Treasury Department, including five years in Cote d’Ivoire as Advisor to the U.S. Executive Director of the African Development Bank. She has traveled extensively throughout Africa and Central America both professionally and for pleasure." [1]

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  1. Sheila Herrling, Center for Global Development, accessed January 29, 2008.