Daniel Șerban is the chief of party for USAID’s Moldova Comunitatea Mea (Local Governance Activity). He is a seasoned government and development professional with almost 30 years of progressive experience that includes providing direct technical assistance to central and local governments, designing and conducting training, and managing complex public-sector reform projects.
Daniel has designed, managed, monitored, and implemented large public-sector reform programs in central and southeastern Europe, central and southern Asia, eastern Africa, and the Middle East. He converts hands-on, technical assistance and training experiences into effective approaches for managing complex local government reform projects to produce tangible results. Daniel has more than 20 years of progressive project management experience in complex and fragile country environments. He has a track record of managing international, multimillion dollar programs, and proven experience in managing and leading consultants, subcontractors, and program officers with a variety of skills and levels.
Daniel has worked as a chief of party and team leader in Moldova, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Macedonia, and Romania. He has extensive technical expertise in governance issues, such as central and local government assessment, municipal service delivery, decentralization and accountability, and transparency and anticorruption.