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Company Overview of Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development

Company Overview

Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development, a nonprofit organization, provides integrated programs to address development challenges that affect communities across the United States and internationally. It focuses in the areas of empowerment and civic engagement, including civil society strengthening, women's empowerment, and youth leadership and education; enterprise and agriculture programs; and environment, including forestry and natural resource management, clean energy, and ecosystem services. The company works with people to empower the disadvantaged, enhance economic opportunities, and sustain natural resources. It provides contracting programs, including indefinite ...

2101 Riverfront Drive

Little Rock, AR 72202

United States

Founded in 1985

Phone:

501-280-3000

Fax:

501-280-3090

Key Executives for Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development

Chief Executive Officer
Senior Managing Director of Global Operations
Director of Information Technologies & Communication Technologies
Vice President
Executive Director of Innovate Arkansas
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development Key Developments

Winrock International Elects Earl E. Devaney to the Board of Directors

Winrock International announced the election of Earl E. Devaney to its board of directors. Devaney accepted a five-year appointment. Devaney, president of The Devaney Group, provides strategic advice to companies seeking to establish, mature and expand business with the federal government.

Winrock International Announces Board Changes

Winrock International announced that Carol Ann Smith will become the organization's new Vice President of Operations, succeeding Ron Hubbard, who is retiring after 28 years of service with the company. Recently, Smith was the Senior Director for Grants, Contracts and Supply Chain Services at Population Services International.

Winrock International Names Robyn McGuckin as New Vice President of the Environment Group

Winrock International announced that Robyn McGuckin will become the organizaiton's new Vice President of the Environment group. McGuckin will lead Winrock programs in clean energy, ecosystem services and forestry & natural resource management, as well its American Carbon Registry unit. McGuckin has nearly two decades of experience in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Europe and the United States managing programs in energy, climate change and water at the municipal, regional, federal and international levels. McGuckin worked as program manager for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) from 2005 to 2007.

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