Donald Trump considers Indian-American lawyer to head USAID’s Asia bureau

Donald Trump considers Indian-American lawyer to head USAID’s Asia bureau

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Washington: US President Donald Trump is considering appointing an Indian-American lawyer to head the Asia Bureau of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the White House said.
If confirmed, Sue Ghosh Stricklett of Maryland will become the Assistant Administrator of USAID (Bureau for Asia).
The White House stated that Streaklett is an attorney in private practice with 25 years of experience in national security law and foreign affairs.
Her scope of practice includes Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance, intellectual property licensing and technology transfer, US dual-use and defense trade control licensing, and sanctions law enforcement.
“She has worked as an Asia Policy Advisor for three presidential campaigns and several major Indo-American advocacy organizations,” the White House said.
Stricklet is from Queens in New York and graduated from State University of New York.
He earned his juris doctor from the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America.

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