Veteran international development leader Carlos Carrazana joins Pact as interim CEO

Veteran international development leader Carlos Carrazana joins Pact as interim CEO

Pact is pleased to announce that Carlos Carrazana, a highly respected leader in international development with more than 25 years of global management experience, has joined our team as interim CEO.  

Most recently, Carrazana served as the Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Save the Children in Washington, D.C. In this role, he was responsible for executing organizational strategy, strengthening accountability for results to donors, and providing leadership and direction for growth of Save the Children’s impact around the world.

Prior to Save the Children, Carrazana held executive leadership positions at Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and Abt Associates. He also held senior positions at Deloitte and various international financial institutions, including JP Morgan Chase and PNC Bank.

Pact is excited to have this results-oriented and collaborative leader on board. Carrazana is uniquely equipped to continue growing Pact through our transformation, having led similar initiatives at Save the Children, as well as his applicable experience with new business models, having directed a social impact fund while at Deloitte.

Under Carrazana’s interim leadership, Pact will continue to use all the tools at our disposal to increase impact for our shareholders around the world and work to create a world where everyone owns  their future.

 

 

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Pact is a recognized global leader in international development, specializing in the areas of health, livelihoods and national resource management. Our uniquely integrated approach, always adapted to local needs, is transforming lives in each of the nearly 40 countries where we work.
 
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