Bonnie Glick


Bonnie Glick is an American diplomat and businesswoman who served as the Deputy Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development from 2019 to 2020. Nominated for the post by President Donald Trump in April 2018, she was confirmed by the United States Senate by unanimous consent in January 2019. 

Glick’s prior experience includes 12 years as a US Foreign Service Officer in the Department of State with overseas tours in Ethiopia and Nicaragua and domestic tours in the State Department, the NSC, and the US Mission to the UN. After leaving the State Department, she spent 12 years with IBM, including five years in IBM’s R&D Division where she co-authored three patents related to semiconductors and emerging technologies. Her career spans public, private, and non-profit sectors. 

Glick has a BA in Government/International Relations from Cornell University, an MA in International Affairs from Columbia University, and an MBA from the University of Maryland. She advises numerous companies and non-profits and serves as an Independent Board Member. 


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