Salzburg Global Seminar Session Participant Profiles
Tue 12 Jun - Tue 19 Jun, 2001
(Session 388)

no photo available Michael Miklaucic (Resource Specialist)

Country/Region: USA

U.S. Agency for International Development

Advisor, USAID, Washington DC

Most Recently Attended: (1988)
American Politics and the Foreign Policy Process
(Session 270)

Biography:
Michael MIKLAUCIC is an advisor to the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) on justice sector assistance and democratic development. USAID is among the major donor organizations in these fields, and the organization responsible for the implementation of the US foreign assistance program of nearly seven billion dollars. In that capacity Mr. Miklaucic has provided on-site technical assistance in Mongolia, Cambodia, Laos, the West Bank/Gaza, Bulgaria, Indonesia, East Timor, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo, Nigeria, and Yemen. He has also represented USAID in various inter-agency taskings and at the national security council. Prior to his assignment with USAID Mr. Miklaucic worked for non-governmental organizations dedicated to promoting democracy, legal reform, and human rights worldwide. He received his education at the University of California, the London School of Economics, and Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Miklaucic is a Fellow of Salzburg Seminar Session 253, American Law and Legal Institutions, 1986; and served on the faculty of Salzburg Seminar Session 270, American Politics and the Foreign Policy Process, 1988.