Chemonics International

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    Chemonics International is an international development company. Its practices range from agriculture and private sector development to health and education and cut across its regional business units. The company offers capacity building, communications, corporate social responsibility, knowledge management, performance management and appraisal, and program design services.
    HQWashington, DC, US
    Employee Ratings3.6
    Overall CultureB+

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    Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)4,351(+3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore

    Key People/Management at Chemonics International

    Susanna Mudge

    Susanna Mudge

    Brian App

    Brian App

    Project Management Director, East and Southern Africa Regional Business Unit
    Todd Diamond

    Todd Diamond

    Project Management Director, United Kingdom Division
    Rolando A. Berrios

    Rolando A. Berrios

    Process Improvement Director, Quality Management
    David Anderson

    David Anderson

    Chief of Party, USAID Cities Implementing Transparent, Innovative and Effective Solutions Project
    Bisrat Aklilu

    Bisrat Aklilu

    Vice Chair, Director
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    Chemonics International Office Locations

    Chemonics International has offices in Washington, Arlington and London
    Washington, DC, US (HQ)
    1717 H St NW
    Arlington, VA, US
    251 18th St S
    London, GB
    344-354 Grays Inn Rd
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    Chemonics International Blogs

    The Case for Youth Engagement in the Program Design Process

    As global development professionals, we need to recognize that today’s world leaders don’t fit the narrow definitions of previous generations. We typically think of leaders as those with long-established power, while we ignore influential, often young, individuals like small-scale farmers and health…

    Creating a Sustainable Peace Deal in Yemen: A Discussion with Ahmed Al Khameri

    Six years into the Yemen conflict, the war shows no sign of abating. The situation is dire: 80% of Yemen’s population of 30 million requires some form of humanitarian assistance; nearly half the population is in acute need. With violence spilling across Yemen’s borders and threatening maritime secur…

    Building Back Better Through Trade

    This post originally appeared on British Expertise International’s blog. Governments are looking to trade to breathe life back into their beleaguered economies. Allowing goods to move safely and efficiently across borders into businesses and consumers hands is vital to restoring faith in markets and…

    Crowding-in Commercial Financing to Water Supply and Sanitation Utilities

    This post originally appeared on the Rural Water Supply Network blog. Achieving SDG6, clean water, and sanitation for all by 2030 requires estimated investments of US$114 billion per year. The present value of the total investment needed is US$1.7 trillion, and these estimates do not include costs o…

    Mitigating Hesitancy Key to COVID-19 Vaccine Readiness

    Vaccines are one of the most cost-effective public health interventions, saving millions of lives each year. They are our best chance of eradicating COVID-19, which has had one of this century’s most devastating impacts on humankind, with high death tolls and major disruptions to economies and every…

    Best of the Blog 2020

    Check out our countdown of the 10 most popular* blog posts from 2020! 10. The Case for Practical Techniques for Inclusive Classrooms By Audrey SpencerAudrey Spencer explains why disability identification and policy reform alone can leave teachers and students waiting and calls for more immediate, pr…
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    Chemonics International Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Chemonics International founded?

      Chemonics International was founded in 1975.

    • Who are Chemonics International key executives?

      Chemonics International's key executives are Susanna Mudge, Brian App and Todd Diamond.

    • How many employees does Chemonics International have?

      Chemonics International has 4,351 employees.

    • Who are Chemonics International competitors?

      Competitors of Chemonics International include Abt Associates, Fenn 1875 and EDL.

    • Where is Chemonics International headquarters?

      Chemonics International headquarters is located at 1717 H St NW, Washington.

    • Where are Chemonics International offices?

      Chemonics International has offices in Washington, Arlington and London.

    • How many offices does Chemonics International have?

      Chemonics International has 3 offices.