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 Ratings3.7
    Overall CultureA+

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    Employees (est.) (Jul 2021)4,603(+2%)
    Job Openings30
    Cybersecurity ratingBMore

    Key People/Management at Chemonics International

    Susanna Mudge

    Susanna Mudge

    Todd Diamond

    Todd Diamond

    Project Management Director, United Kingdom Division
    Rolando A. Berrios

    Rolando A. Berrios

    Process Improvement Director, Quality Management
    Greg Jacobs

    Greg Jacobs

    Senior Director, Latin America and the Caribbean
    Bisrat Aklilu

    Bisrat Aklilu

    Vice Chair
    James W. Butcher

    James W. Butcher

    Presidentn, CEO & 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
    1 Benjamin St, Farringdon
    London, GB
    344, 354 Grays Inn Rd
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    Chemonics International Blogs

    Are Climate Programs the Most Effective Use of Climate Funding?

    With the anticipated resurgence of climate change on the U.S. development agenda, the objectives of reducing atmospheric carbon (mitigation) and increasing climate resilience (adaptation) will again be front and center. It is, therefore, critical that those designing and implementing climate program…

    Part 2: How Can We Optimize the Health Workforce During COVID-19 and Beyond?

    In this two-part series, we call for country leaders to consider whether they are optimizing their health workforce and offer some resources and tools to help ensure uninterrupted care and continued provision of high-quality health services. In Part 1, we provided three recommendations to support he…

    Part 1: How can we optimize the health workforce during COVID-19 and beyond?

    Before COVID-19, health workers were already in short supply in many countries. The World Health Organization (WHO) identified 57 countries that have critical health workforce shortages, and it estimates a global health worker shortage of 18 million by 2030, primarily in low- and middle-income count…

    3 Questions with Norma Evans on Chemonics’ Numeracy Toolkit

    Chemonics’ recently published toolkit, Getting to (2+6): A Toolkit for Responsive Numeracy Programs, is a resource designed to help educators implement programs that enhance student’s ability to use, interpret, and communicate mathematical information.  As co-author of the toolkit, Norma Evans expla…

    From Billions to Trillions: Using Blended Finance for Scaling Impact in Climate and Health

    With private capital outpacing traditional donor assistance, the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic further exacerbating the $134 billion annual health funding gap, and the new US administration’s prioritization of climate in its global development agenda, the time for engaging the private …

    Combating Climate Change with Data-Driven Development

    The mechanics of drilling a well are straightforward. Knowing where, how, and whether to drill that well amid extreme conditions wrought by climate change poses a whole new challenge. International development experts, confronting the complexities of rising temperatures, shifting rainfall patterns, …
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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, Todd Diamond and Rolando A. Berrios.

    • How many employees does Chemonics International have?

      Chemonics International has 4,603 employees.

    • Who are Chemonics International competitors?

      Competitors of Chemonics International include Abt Associates, Agiplan and TAMARACK Technologies.

    • 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 4 offices.