"Currently Associate Director, International Development Program at SAIS, Ms. Dornsife is a senior executive, negotiator, and advocate with nearly thirty years experience in international banking, economic development, and foreign policy. As expert in Asian-Pacific affairs, Ms. Dornsife’s prior experience includes service as the Ambassador and US Executive Director, representing the US on the Board of Directors at the Asian Development Bank, Washington Representative and a number of field positions for The Asia Foundation. Ms. Dornsife’s career in international development has also included work for the World Bank, the US Department of Agriculture, the US-Asia Environmental Partnership and the Pathfinder Fund. She currently serves on a number of boards including the Japan America Institute for Management Sciences, First Voice International, the Development Executive Group, and the US-Indonesia Society. Ms. Dornsife received a Master’s Degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry and Mathematics from Emory University. She teaches the course Assessing the Role of International Financial Institutions: Past, Present and Future and co teaches Management Principles of Development Non-Profit Organization with Kevin F. F. Quigley as well as Introduction to Development." 
Advisor to US-Indonesia Society and Forest Trends. 
- "Biography", SAIS, Accessed January 2007.