Nadia Cherrouk is a senior international financial and program management professional with over 20 year experience and leadership in the international development field. Ms. Cherrouk has extensive experience in multi-sectorial rural and urban programming, financial management and institutional administration and has developed strong partnerships and working relationships with local government institutions and multilateral donor agencies such as the World Bank, USAID, the American Red Cross, the UN agencies, DFID and other multilateral organizations and corporate donors.
Ms. Cherrouk holds a masters and bachelors in Business Administration, with a specialization in the not-for-profit sector, organizational strategic management, grant management, including federally funded grants, and multilateral funding. She currently serves as country director for the Pan American Development Foundations (PADF) in Haiti, where she oversees a $20 million dollar portfolio targeting over 1.5 million direct and indirect beneficiaries. She is also the Chief of Party for the USAID funded program Leveraging Effective Application of Direct Investment (LEAD) Program.