Warren Harrity arrived at USAID/India in August 2021 after serving as the Supervisory Program Officer in Kenya and East Africa and USAID/Burma where he supported the start-up of the Agency’s newest Mission. Prior to that, he served in Kabul, Afghanistan, as Deputy of the Project Development Office (PDO) and the Regional Development Mission for Asia from 2008-2012 facilitating budget processes and working with project design teams on programs in Thailand, China, Burma, Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Laos. Mr. Harrity was the Executive Director of Katrina Aid Today assisting more than 100,000 of America’s most vulnerable people affected by the 2005 hurricane. He served as Head of Mission for an NGO in Afghanistan and Armenia from 2003-2005 after a five-year tour in Bosnia where he served for more than two years in the State Department’s Bureau for Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) overseeing refugee returns and the PRM exit strategy. Mr. Harrity has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from DePaul University in Chicago and a Master’s degree from the Korbel School of International Relations at the University of Denver.