Mark de la Iglesia is a senior program officer at the Open Society Foundations, where he supports organizations that fight international corruption and kleptocracy. He previously worked as a senior program manager at the National Democratic Institute, advancing democratic governance projects in the areas of legislative strengthening, government transparency, and civic technology. Mark also worked as a legislative affairs director at the U.S. Department of State and as a legislative director and foreign policy adviser for U.S. Rep. Adam Smith. He earned a master’s degree from Princeton University’s School for International and Public Affairs, and a bachelor’s from Northwestern University. A native of Washington State, Mark has volunteered on U.S. voting rights campaigns and various other democracy reform efforts over the years.