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International Executive Service Corps

Also called the IESC. A nonprofit organization in the United States that implements international development projects designed to strengthen private business in developing countries. Specifically, it offers assistance in the tourism, information technology, trade and financial services sectors. It was established in 1964 by David Rockefeller and is based in Washington, D.C.
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When IESC started to work with Jordan in 1991 the country's total exports to the US were just $4.
The prime minister took a similar course of action by officially removing Chalabi as head of the Essential Services Committee and instructing him to no longer attend the IESC.
IESC has been putting ex-CEOs like these to work overseas since its inception as one of President Lyndon Johnson's Great Society programs.
For information on IESC activities and its skilled bank of retired volunteers, write to IESC, P.
Wherever social, political and economic transformations have occurred around the world, IESC has been there to help.
IESC was proud to have set up the program, and we are delighted that - a decade on - it is still being successfully maintained by the local NGOs we assisted in Zambia and in South Africa.
Since 1964, IESC has worked in partnership with local people in 130 countries - mainly with the generous support of USAID - designing, implementing, managing and evaluating a wide range market driven solutions for a company or industry.
Matthew Sanders, professor of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and director of the Center of Culminating Undergraduate Experiences at Kettering, has received a funded research grant from IESC in the amount of $200,000 to perform validation testing on the batteries in an on-campus, multidisciplinary project.
shared with USAID, MAIL and will be distributed through various IESC online
The Lenders and the IESC also held several meetings with APIMAN s ESHS management.
1900 M Street is a first-class, multi-tenant corner building that is 89 percent leased to tenants including Levick Strategic Communications, Sherman Meehan and IESC.
We want to be in the business of delivering the best electrical distribution products, services, and capabilities to our customers," said Chris Hartmann, CEO of IESC.