Dr David Stillman, director of Public-Private Alliance Foundation

Dr. David Stillman serves as the Executive Director of the Foundation. As a UN staff member, Dr. Stillman worked with intergovernmental bodies and UN agencies on development, relief and reconstruction. Posted to Pakistan with the UN Development Program, he previously worked in Togo, Ghana and Kenya. He holds an MA and PhD (Political Science) from Duke University
The Public-Private Alliance Foundation has held three Partners Against Poverty meetings at the United Nations (2007, 2008, 2009), focusing on its program areas and the Millennium Development Goals. Foundation activities are covered in the 2009 report to the UN Economic and Social Council[1].

The Public-Private Alliance Foundation is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 donor-supported corporation headquartered in New York. It is associated with the United Nations and the United Nations Global Compact. It aims to reduce poverty by networking with business, government, academia, the financial community, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), UN entities and others. The Foundation helps stimulate entrepreneurship and investment for sustainable development and achieving the Millennium Development Goals. It works in several program areas including agribusiness, renewable energy, health and microfinance. Haiti, the Dominican Republic and Madagascar are focus countries.