Stephen P. Groff
Vice-President, East Asia, South-East Asia and the Pacific
Asian Development Bank
BSc, Yale; MPA, Kennedy School, Harvard. Over 25 years' international development expertise. Formerly: US Peace Corps Volunteer; Program Director, US Refugee Program; Deputy Director and Chief Economist, USAID; Senior Adviser, Asian Development Bank, Manila; Deputy Vice-President, Operations, Millennium Challenge Corporation. Former positions with Development Cooperation Directorate, OECD: responsible for strategic policy analysis on development-related economic and political issues; monitors and evaluates aid efforts of major bilateral donors; Director, Partnership for Democratic Governance, a multilateral initiative focused on fragile states; leads strategic policy analysis on a wide range of development-related economic and political issues. OECD's envoy to the G20 Working Group on Development, the G8 Accountability Working Group and the UN Secretary-General's High Level Task Force on Food Security. Member of the Board of Directors, National Peace Corps Association; Member, German Marshall Fund Transatlantic Experts Group.