Washington, DC—March 16, 2022—International Executive Service Corps (IESC) announces the election of Mr. Gilbert Gitiche as Board Director.
Mr. Gitiche was elected to join IESC’s Board as a Director effective January 2022. Mr. Gitiche is the Executive Vice President and Chief Audit Executive at USAA. He is also a member of USAA’s Executive Council and has over 22 years of Audit, Internal Control, and Risk Management experience. In his…read more
Our hearts are with the Ukrainian people fleeing their homes to get their families to safety, the vulnerable groups seeking shelter underground, and the courageous men and women defending their homeland. These tragic circumstances have already impacted global markets, disrupted financial systems, and raised food and fuel prices—effects that disproportionately impact the most vulnerable populations.
While IESC does not have current presence…read more
IESC Announces Frank Pace Award Winners – Dr. Sheila Marshman and Ms. Caroline Kosgei
Volunteers have been a critical part of IESC’s mission since 1964. Every year, IESC recognizes individuals whose dedication and service have…
Every year, IESC recognizes individuals whose dedication and service have truly made an impact on the lives and livelihoods of people around the world. The Tarek Nabhan International Achievement Award was established in 2013 to recognize staff members in the field who go above and beyond their normal job responsibilities to achieve excellence. The award is named after Tarek Nabhan, in honor of his 31 years of service to IESC.
For 2020,…read more
Words fall short of expressing our concern for our former Afghan and international staff, grantees, partners, and their families during these challenging times in Afghanistan. IESC completed its last program in Afghanistan in 2018, and we have not had any long-term staff or presence in Afghanistan since that time.
In recent weeks we have however been actively engaged with many of our former Afghan staff members who are seeking admission to…read more
IESC is excited to announce that it will be implementing the USAID Industry-led Skills Development Program, a five-year initiative to create pathways between skills training and high-value employment opportunities in Georgia. The program will achieve this by systematically engaging employers to equip students, professionals, and job seekers with skills demanded in sectors with high growth potential and create direct linkages between training…read more