Ms. Treena Bishop has over 15 years of professional experience in project support and management, including eight years in Bolivia with USAID-funded integrated alternative development programs. She specializes in budget development and compliance, subaward administration, human resources management, acquisitions and procurements, and monitoring, evaluation and reporting of economic and community development programs. As the country representative for ACDI/VOCA in Bolivia, Ms. Bishop handles all legal documentation including institutional legal registration, reviewing and signing contracts, overseeing tax and benefit administration and issuing in-country banking and special powers of attorney. Ms. Bishop is also the current team leader for USAID’s Integrated Community Development Fund, a multiregional integrated alternative development activity to promote community development, economic growth and civil society strengthening. She regularly contributes to the review, approval and monitoring of subaward activities in order to both respond to stakeholder demand and to support government and USAID strategies for building licit economies. Previously, as deputy chief of party for USAID’s Yungas Community Alternative Development Fund, Ms. Bishop coordinated and facilitated all of the administrative and financial planning, implementation and reporting requirements. She holds an M.A. in applied anthropology from American University and a B.A. in sociology from the University of Maine. She is fluent in English and Spanish.