Globaldev careers: The country representative

Kate Heuisler, DAI’s country representative in Cambodia. Photo by: DAI via Twitter

After serving for five years as DAI’s chief of party on a Development Innovations project funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development in Cambodia, Kate Heuisler is now the organization’s country representative there.

It can be a really rewarding job, Heuisler said, especially for those who find an organization that aligns with their programmatic priorities, personal values, and work style.

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  • Emma Smith

    Emma Smith is a Reporter at Devex. She covers all things related to careers and hiring in the global development community as well as mental health within the sector — from tips on supporting humanitarian staff to designing mental health programs for refugees. Emma has reported from key development hubs in Europe and co-produced Devex’s DevProWomen2030 podcast series. She holds a degree in journalism from Glasgow Caledonian University and a master's in media and international conflict. In addition to writing for regional news publications, she has worked with organizations focused on child and women’s rights.