April 5, 2021

Sri Lanka’s migrant workers have contributed enormously to the country’s economy, yet opportunities for them to advance their careers have been limited. To remedy this, the governments of Switzerland and the USA have joined hands to initiate the Skilled and Resilient Migrant Workers (SRMW) project and give migrant workers the career guidance and skills development they urgently want and need.

The SRMW project combines the strengths of…

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March 18, 2021

Washington, DC—March 18, 2021–International Executive Service Corps (IESC) announces the election of Mr. Roger Lawrence and Ms. Jean Lange as Board Directors.

Mr. Lawrence was elected to join IESC’s Board as a Director effective January 2021. A former Vice President of Global Quality Assurance & Regulatory for McCormick & Company, Inc., Mr. Lawrence has played a major role in the agribusiness industry over the past 40 years. At…

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December 28, 2020

The U.S. and the Dominican Republic (DR) have strong and complementary agricultural trade linkages. The U.S. is the DR’s largest export market for food and agricultural products (45 percent), and the DR is the U.S.’ 20th largest agricultural export market. As the DR’s economy grows and diversifies, advances in their sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) and food safety policies, systems, and processes are required to address the latest…

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October 16, 2020

IESC Announces David Rockefeller Spirit of Service Award Winner – Don Layton

The David Rockefeller Spirit of Service Award recognizes outstanding and continuing contributions to IESC. Established in 1992, the award is named for American business leader David Rockefeller, who helped found IESC.  The “Spirit of Service Award” honors those who, through superior and sustained performance, dedication, and commitment, work to improve the…

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August 25, 2020

Volunteers have been a critical part of IESC’s mission since 1964. 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 Frank Pace Award, named for one of IESC’s founders, is awarded each year to the volunteer expert who performed the most outstanding project in the previous year.

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August 25, 2020

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 2019, IESC…

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