VP, International Programs
Brent Habig is ISC’s VP of International Programs. In this role, he works with country directors to develop ISC’s international strategy, vision, and program portfolio, while supporting ISC’s international EHS+ Network. Brent has over 20 years of senior international management experience, and is a well-respected development leader with world-class expertise in value chain development, Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P), small and medium enterprise development, impact investing and corporate partnerships. He has extensive experience in program, staff and donor relationship management.
Prior to ISC, Brent was Vice President for West and Southern Africa at TechnoServe, where he managed a USD$32M annual portfolio of 40+ development projects focused on capacity building and leadership development. In this role he developed and managed relationships with many donors, including USAID, USDA, DFID, EU, BMGF, IFAD, World Bank, IFC and Ford Foundation. Prior to his work with TechnoServe, he was the Regional Investment Advisor for US African Development Foundation in Ghana. Brent was also founder and CEO of Tigris Consulting, which provided supply chain management and technology consulting for clients including Pepsi, Unilever, Proctor & Gamble, Kraft and Heinz. He grew this business from the start-up phase, managed for 8 years and then successfully sold to the publicly traded Verticalnet, Inc.
Brent speaks fluent Mandarin and is proficient in French. He holds a BA in Chinese Language and Literature from Oberlin College and has completed post-graduate (Owner-President Management Program) at the Harvard Business School.