Zimbabwe Deja Vu: An International Observer Returns After 33 Years
Development Dialogue at DACOR
Mr. Larry Garber is a senior technical adviser at Digital Mobilizations Inc., a start-up company that delivers engineering support for enterprises reinventing the way they use information. He is a former senior official at USAID and served on the faculty of the National Defense University’s Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Strategy from January 2015 to January 2017. At the Eisenhower School, he taught classes on national security strategy and policy, Africa regional studies, and fragile states and development. At USAID, Mr. Garber served as a senior manager and policy adviser for more than 15 years, including five years as mission director for USAID/West Bank-Gaza, one of the agency’s largest and most politically sensitive posts, and two separate stints as the acting head of USAID’s policy bureau.
Mr. Garber was the co-leader of the joint International Republican Institute (IRI)/National Democratic Institute (NDI) Zimbabwe International Election Observer Mission for Zimbabwe’s recent election. He has worked on and written extensively about human rights, democracy and election monitoring for several decades.
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