Sloan Mann serves as President of DT Global in the United States. As President, Sloan oversees DT Global’s corporate strategy and operations at the home office in Washington DC and field offices abroad.
Prior to DT Global, Sloan co-founded Development Transformations (DT) in 2009 after having spent fifteen years working in the military and international development spaces. His civilian-military background helped shape his vision of more effectively designing, implementing, and measuring development projects in the world's most complex operating environments. A West Point graduate, Sloan served five years in the United State’s Army during which he conducted peacekeeping missions in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo. He later went on to graduate with distinction from Georgetown University’s Master of Science in Foreign Service Program. Recently, Sloan worked as an adjunct professor at Georgetown where he taught a graduate-level course on war-to-peace transitions.
Over the span of his career, Sloan has held several prominent roles including a Development Advisor to the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force - Afghanistan (CJSOTF-A) for USAID. Based in Bagram, Afghanistan, he developed methodologies for effective interagency approaches to promoting stabilization in communities that were priorities to the counterinsurgency effort. He also worked in Darfur, Sudan where he was a Field Program Officer with the USAID Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA). Prior to this, he served as an Abuse Prevention Officer in Iraq where he was responsible for identifying, monitoring, and preventing human rights violations with USAID’s Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI) and the Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART).