As a dedicated member of the international development community, Chemonics supports educational and advocacy groups that share our views on the importance of international development to advance stability, security, and prosperity.

Council for International Development Companies

A founding member of the Council of International Development Companies (CIDC), we support the coalition’s goals of bringing effective and accountable assistance to developing countries, communicating about the importance of international development, and delivering cost-effective results. Chemonics President and CEO Susanna Mudge serves on the CIDC Executive Advisory Board. Read more about CIDC.

Society for International Development-Washington

Chemonics is proud to support the Society for International Development’s Washington chapter (SID-Washington), which brings together the international development community and promotes dialogue and knowledge sharing with the goal of advancing equitable development. Managing Director Melissa Logan serves as Chair of SID-Washington. Read more about SID-Washington.

U.S. Global Leadership Coalition

The U.S. Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC) unites international organizations and experts—from private sector firms to NGOs to think tanks—in support of elevating the role of diplomacy and development in building a better and safer world. Executive Vice President Eric Reading serves on the board of the U.S. Global Leadership Campaign, which promotes a robust foreign affairs investment. Read more about USGLC.

Professional Services Council

As a member of the Professional Services Council (PSC), Chemonics supports fair, effective, and accountable government contracting processes. Read more about the Professional Services Council.

Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network

In support of a strong U.S. role in reducing poverty and promoting sustainable economic growth, Chemonics is a member of the Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network (MFAN), which engages industry leaders, practitioners, citizens and private sector organizations. Read more about MFAN.