Henrietta Holsman Fore is Under Secretary of State for Management, Acting Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development and Acting Director of Foreign Assistance.
Henrietta H. Fore was sworn in as Under Secretary of State for Management on August 2, 2005. She is responsible for the people, resources, facilities, technology and security of the Department of State and is the Secretary's principal advisor on management issues.
The Under Secretary for Management leads the bureaus of Administration, Consular Affairs, Diplomatic Security, Human Resources, Information Resource Management, and Overseas Buildings Operations, the Foreign Service Institute, the Office of Medical Services, the Office of Management Policy, the Office of Rightsizing the US Government's Overseas Presence, and the White House Liaison. The Under Secretary also provides regular direction to the Bureau of Resource Management, and the Chief Financial Officer serves as a core member of the Under Secretary’s senior management team. She is the State Department’s representative on the President's Management Council.
Prior to her appointment, Fore served as the 37th Director of the United States Mint in the Department of Treasury. She had also been a Presidential appointee at the Department of State from 1989-1993, first as Assistant Administrator for Private Enterprise in the U.S. Agency for International Development and then Assistant Administrator for Asia. During this period she founded and served as the first Chairman of the United States Asia Environmental Partnership, a coalition of business, government, and community organizations in the United States and 31 Asian nations. Fore also was a founder of the Financial Services Volunteer Corps.