International Executive Service Corps


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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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He is also a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's International Capital Markets Advisory Committee and the MIT Visiting Committee for Economics, and serves as Chairman of the Board for the Partnership for the Homeless and as a director of the International Executive Service Corps.
He also serves on the Boards of the Partnership for the Homeless, the International Executive Service Corps and the Foreign Policy Association.
His service was co-funded by the Rotary Foundation and International Executive Service Corps.
Deltek, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor of choice for project-based businesses, today announced International Executive Service Corps (IESC) as the first client to go live on Deltek Costpoint Smart Business Applications(TM), the web version of the market-leading Costpoint product, following the August 2005 announcement of its general release.
Kilts also serves on the board of trustees of Knox College and the University of Chicago, is chairman of the Advisory Council of the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and is a director of International Executive Service Corps.
The International Executive Service Corps (IESC), one of the world's largest, non-profit economic development organizations, and The Gillette Company today announced that eight communities in Ukraine, six in the Kharkiv region, the others in Pavlograd and Pryluky, were selected for a special program managed by IESC and funded by Gillette.
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