Sarah Karle

Director, Middle East Affairs

Sarah Karle is the Director of Middle East Affairs at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. She is responsible for managing the U.S.-Kuwait Business Council and the U.S.-UAE Business Program. In this role, she works with member companies and key government stakeholders to develop policies that help to promote U.S. business opportunities across the Middle East.

Prior to her role at the Chamber, Sarah worked at the U.S. Department of Treasury in the Office of Technical assistance. She focused on capacity building in infrastructure finance and public private partnerships globally.

Sarah received a Master’s degree in International Development and Economic Policy from the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M in 2016, and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky. In her free time, Sarah enjoys rock climbing, traveling and yoga. She currently lives in Alexandria, Virginia with her husband and German Shepherd.

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Bilateral Cooperation with the UAE on Climate, Digital Trade, Financial Services Innovation & Healthcare: 4 Ideas for the Biden Administration

The Biden Administration has prioritized efforts on ‘Climate Diplomacy’ since taking office in January 2021. Decarbonization, sustainability, and clean energy are top-tiered areas of focus as we enter a new era of U.S. leadership and global engagement.  The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has established itself as a leader through its response to climate change using cutting-edge technologies to curb emissions, improve energy efficiency, and deploy new sources of clean energy. In recognition of a shared commitment to addressing the challenge of climate change, U.S.