Duke Burruss joined DAI in 2010, bringing deep technical expertise in agricultural and rural development, marketing and distribution, competitive value chains, international trade, and public-private partnerships, all of which complement his impact-driven approach to managing program operations, finance, and partner relationships. He has more than 30 years of experience delivering results through a unique combination of hands-on leadership, teamwork, resourceful management, partnerships building, and technical competency.

Duke has managed numerous complex regional projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, including the East and Southern Africa Trade and Investment Hubs; Leadership Training and Capacity Building Programs for African Agricultural Transformation (Africa Lead); and Southern Africa Seed Trade. Before joining DAI, Duke spent five years as a senior managing technical adviser with the Millennium Challenge Corporation, where he provided financial and technical oversight to agriculture projects in Ghana and Namibia. From 2001 to 2005, Duke served as a senior planner and economist at Wilbur Smith Associates. His geographical experience spans Africa, South Asia, and Eastern Europe.



Keith Doxtater

For the last decade, Keith Doxtater has provided strategic direction and project management expertise from both the field and home office for U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) projects in Indonesia, Kenya, Myanmar, the Philippines, Somalia, and Sri Lanka.

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