The Development Diplomat: Working Across Borders, Boardrooms, and Bureaucracies to End Poverty

The Development Diplomat: Working Across Borders, Boardrooms, and Bureaucracies to End Poverty by Fatema Z. Sumar 1636764959 9781636764955
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When first-generation Muslim-American Fatema Z. Sumar was given the chance to serve and lead across the US government, she seized it. Traveling more than three-quarters of a million miles worldwide, from Afghanistan and Pakistan to Jordan and Mongolia, Sumar worked to fight poverty and create economic opportunities for the worlds most vulnerable even as she raised three daughters at home. Documented within the pages of The Development Diplomat: Working Across Borders, Boardrooms, and Bureaucracies to End Poverty, Sumar shares captivating first-hand accounts of what both success and failure look like in our foreign aid efforts from Capitol Hill to world capitals.


Sumars powerful vision of development diplomacy is a must-read for anyone interested in an international career. When foreign policy and international development experts come together, the possibilities to fight poverty are endless. The Development Diplomat creates a roadmap for current practitioners and the next generation of development diplomats to take on their journey toward changing the world.








Author: Fatema Z. Sumar

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 384

Publisher: New Degree Press

Publication Date: 2021-10-09


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