2002 – Marialyce Mutchler
MARIALYCE MUTCHLER ’95 oversees the procurement, recruitment, hiring and training of personnel for a U.S.A.I.D. program that promoted democracy in Indonesia .
She arrived in Indonesia immediately after the first democratic elections were held there in 1999.
Her work assignments at Chemonics International have taken her to three African countries – Botswana, Uganda and South Africa; and three Asian countries – India, the Philippines and Indonesia. Chemonics is one of the largest contractors for the U.S. Agency for International Development, the division of the State Department that supervises U.S. development assistance programs abroad.
Mutchler started working at Chemonics in 1998 after she left her job at Oshkosh B’Gosh where she was a license services coordinator of the international department.
The best part about the job is “traveling to our project sites and meeting the people who are helped by our work,” she said.
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