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Company Overview of Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development
Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development, a nonprofit organization, provides integrated programs to address development challenges that affect communities across the United States and internationally. It focuses in the areas of empowerment and civic engagement, including civil society strengthening, women's empowerment, and youth leadership and education; enterprise and agriculture programs; and environment, including forestry and natural resource management, clean energy, and ecosystem services. The company works with people to empower the disadvantaged, enhance economic opportunities, and sustain natural resources. It provides contracting programs, including indefinite ...
2101 Riverfront Drive
Little Rock, AR 72202
Founded in 1985
Key Executives for Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development
Chief Executive Officer, President, Director and Member of Advisory Council
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President and Treasurer
Director of Information Technologies & Communication Technologies
Executive Director of Innovate Arkansas
Senior Vice President of Programs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Winrock International Institute For Agricultural Development Key Developments
Semoh Group of Companies Sues Winrock International and USAID for Breach of Contract
Apr 18 16
The Semoh Group of Companies has filed a lawsuit against Winrock International and USAID at the Commercial Court in Monrovia for breach of contract. In its lawsuit, Semoh Group is seeking USD 4,500,000 in general damages "for psychological effect and disparagement" and an additional USD 379,043.37 in specific damages in "total contract price." In the lawsuit, Semoh Group stated that it entered into a contractual agreement with the respondent on May 1, 2014 for the construction of a biomass electricity pilot project. They further indicated that the initial contract was valued at USD 296,535.56 on July 18, 2014, noting that seven modifications to the original contract were initiated and effected with an additional cost of USD 82,507.80, thus increasing the contract value to USD 379,043.37. The Plaintiff further contended that the duration of the initial contract was from May 1, 2014 to September 30, 2014, but that due to the Ebola crisis in Liberia, including quarantines and closure of borders on September 29, 2014, the said contract was extended to October 14, 2014. The plaintiff said that defendants breached the contractual agreement by advertising the same contract for the construction of the Kwendin Biomass Project in violation of the contractual agreement between both parties. The Associate Judge of the Commercial Court, Judge Chan-Chan A. Paegar, had a pre-trial conference with both parties during which he informed them that they should file their memorandum statement within 48 hours as provided for under the civil procedure law.
Winrock International Appoints Joyjit Deb Roy as Senior Vice President of Programs
Sep 28 15
Winrock International announced that Joyjit Deb Roy has been named the organization’s new Senior Vice President of Programs. Deb Roy will lead program implementation for the organization, which is responsible for more than 200 development projects in 50 countries across the globe. Prior to joining the company, Deb Roy was a managing director at ACDI/VOCA, where he supported global projects focused on agribusiness, enterprise development, climate change, food security and other initiatives.
Winrock International Elects David Braman to Board of Directors
May 5 15
David Braman, has been elected to Winrock International's board of directors and will serve a five year term. Braman was a founding senior partner at Pantheon Ventures Inc. Prior to joining Pantheon, he was a manager at U.S. West Inc.
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