Earl Gast is a senior international advisor for Africa. Mr. Gast, a non-lawyer, was the Assistant Administrator for Africa at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) prior to joining the firm. In this role, he oversaw a large and varied portfolio that provided $7 billion in assistance to 49 African countries. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Gast served as the USAID's Mission Director in Afghanistan, overseeing the Agency's largest overseas program, which was providing $4 billion in assistance to increase stability through agriculture, economic development, education and governance.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Earl W. Gast