Bridge Partners Announces Appointment of Shawn Mood as Chief Human Capital Officer at TechnoServe

January 2020 – Bridge Partners is pleased to announce the appointment of Shawn Mood as Chief Human Capital Officer at TechnoServe.

TechnoServe was founded in 1968 and today works with enterprising men and women across 29 countries in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses, and industries.

As Chief Human Capital Officer, Shawn will serve as a member of the C-Suite team and will be responsible for all aspects of talent – acquisition, development and retention – ensuring that TechnoServe has sound and consistent HR policies, systems, procedures and pipeline across all 29 countries.

Prior to joining TechnoServe, Shawn held HR leadership roles as EVP Human Resources for Catholic Relief Services, Chief Human Resources Officer for Save the Children, and SVP Human Resources for Pact. His earlier career included several years in private sector human resources and talent roles, including Abt Associates, Lucent Technologies and Radiant Systems. Shawn holds an MBA from the University of South Carolina and both a Master’s degree and Bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado.


• Bridge Partners is a retained executive search firm with unique expertise in attracting senior, diverse executives and 16 years of experience executing global leadership searches.

• We have both an international nonprofit practice (other clients include Population Services International (PSI), Results For Development, Pact, Global Health Corps, Digital Green) and a global for-profit practice (clients include GE, Starbucks, McKesson, Freddie Mac). What they have in
common is a desire to adapt to a changing global market and diversify their leadership teams, to innovate and reflect their employee base, as well as the customer, communities and constituents they serve.

• They retain Bridge Partners to leverage our innovative search approach and our track- record of presenting the highest caliber, diverse executives.

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