Vice President for Humanitarian Policy and Practice
Sheba Crocker is CARE USA’s Vice President for Humanitarian Policy and Practice. Sheba provides overall leadership and strategic guidance for CARE USA’s emergency and humanitarian operations, programs, and policy. She is responsible for overseeing humanitarian technical and operational support to CARE country offices and CI members and leads, which includes emergency food aid programs.
Sheba came to CARE after serving at the State Department as Assistant Secretary for International Organization Affairs, Director in the Office of Policy Planning and Chief of Staff to the Deputy Secretary of State. Her prior government service includes additional roles at the State Department and in the National Security Council. Sheba has extensive inter-governmental and non-governmental organization experience including at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; the United Nations, the Center for Strategic and International Studies. She has taught at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, George Washington University, and American University.
Sheba received a bachelor of arts from Stanford University, a master of arts from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, and a Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School.