Chloe Sedlak

Investigative Analyst
Office of Inspector General
Office of Investigations Africa, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean Division

Chloe Sedlak is an Investigative Analyst in the Africa, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean Division. Ms. Sedlak’s area of responsibility is focused on oversight of USAID’s COVID-19 activities as well as general development programs in Southern Africa. Prior to this, Ms. Sedlak was covering USAID’s Global Health Supply Chain mechanism and proactive investigative work in Humanitarian Assistance programming. Ms. Sedlak previously served as a Management Analyst for the Operations Support Division in the Office of Investigations from September 2017 to March 2019. Prior to joining the Office of Inspector General, Ms. Sedlak held several positions at USAID. Ms. Sedlak was a Special Assistant and Program Analyst in the Bureau for Africa assigned to the Ebola Recovery Task Force and a Program Assistant assigned to the HIV Biomedical Research Team in the Bureau for Global Health in Washington, DC. She also completed numerous internships with multiple NGOs, including Save the Children, Care Thailand, and FHI360. Ms. Sedlak served in AmeriCorps at a non-profit program in Arlington, VA, and taught English in Morocco for three years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Boston University and a Master’s in Public Health from Tulane University, School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.



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