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Myles F. Elledge

Senior Director, International Development Policy and Planning

Myles Elledge is an international development expert with more than 25 years of experience in public policy analysis and strategic planning. He has worked in the US and in 26 developing countries on issues of economic and social development as well as environmental health.

Mr. Elledge has experience leading interdisciplinary studies and strategic program evaluations to improve public sector management and access to basic services, with such clients as the US Agency for International Development, the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, the Gates Foundation, and Japanese foreign aid agencies.

Mr. Elledge is also working on innovative technology development initiatives, leading public policy and user adoption applied research for water, sanitation, and household cookstove applications.


MA, Economic and Social Development, University of Pittsburgh; BA, Third World Studies (Interdepartmental), University of the South; Political Economy course work, University of London.

Latest Publications

India, urban sanitation, and the toilet challenge
Elledge, M.F., & McClatchey, M. (Sep 2013)
A Profile of Biomass Stove Use in Sri Lanka — International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Elledge, M.F., Phillips, M.J., Thornburg, V.E., Everett, K.H., & Nandasena, S. (Apr 2012)
Environmental health risk and the use of biomass stoves in Sri Lanka
Elledge, M.F., Nandasena, S., Phillips, M.J., & Thornburg, V.E. (Oct 2010)
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  • Public Policy Analysis
  • Strategic Planning
  • Market Research
  • Technology Adoption