Rachael Wilcox is a trainer and facilitator with 15 years of experience in international development. She has substantial international experience, having worked in Africa, Europe, Eurasia, and Asia in training, curriculum development and organizational development. She specializes in working with subject matter experts to design experiential technical training programs. In addition to significant experience in training needs assessment, design and delivery, Ms. Wilcox is also skilled in facilitating work plan development, collaborative problem solving, consensus building, strategic planning, and team strengthening. The technical areas that she has worked in include agriculture and food security, stabilization and reconstruction, democratic governance, emergency response, health policy, and public administration. Ms. Wilcox has many years of experience providing such services for large-scale USAID funded projects as well as working directly with missions and operating units. In addition to USAID, her other clients include the State Department’s Office of the Coordinator for Reconstruction and Stabilization (S/CRS), CGIAR, the World Bank, and the IMF. Prior to TRG, Ms. Wilcox worked for USAID’s Office of Democracy and Governance, for whom she established a technical training program for the Agency’s cadre of democracy and governance officers.