IESC ‘ the International Executive Service Corps ‘ is a US based not-for-profit with a focus on supporting private enterprise in developing countries. We have worked in 130 countries ‘ mainly with the generous support of USAID ‘ designing, implementing, managing and evaluating a wide range of market-driven solutions.
IESC is seeking technical directors in the areas of agriculture inputs, postharvest handling, private sector development,…read more
You can’t have a real impact unless you’re willing to fail. Our CEO Tom Miller talks about the importance of taking risks during this interview on Focus Washington. Read more…read more
From left to right: Will Lerch, Charlotte Goodenow, Saachi Makkar, Namita Paul, Udunopa Abalu, Porscha Winston
As the summer winds down, it’s time to say goodbye to our summer interns. We enjoyed having them in our headquarters office in Washington, D.C. and we appreciate all their hard work and enthusiasm. Our interns make vital contributions to the organization.
This summer we had…read more
“Congratulations, IESC! Although I am very proud to have worked for IESC for almost 20 years, I am especially proud of the many ways our experts contributed to the growth of private enterprises and emerging democracies all over the world and in all kinds of circumstances. Intrepid IESC volunteers traveled to the former Soviet bloc countries even before the wall fell. Later, one defense conversion project for a former state-owned Soviet company…read more
“Since its inception, the Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance (VEGA) and IESC have collaborated closely on twelve programs that continue to improve people’s lives around the world. Through our mechanism, IESC sent 496 highly skilled volunteers to work on overseas projects and created 17,650 jobs for people in developing countries. We share a strong commitment to international volunteerism and honor many of IESC’s volunteers for their…read more
“As the President’s Chief of Protocol and Personal Ambassador under the President Johnson Administration, I have been following IESC’s success with great interest over the last 50 years. President Johnson was very clear when he announced the establishment of IESC in the Rose Garden of the White House in 1964 that, not only would the practical skills and experience of America’s finest entrepreneurs be of enormous benefit to developing nations,…read more