The NGO and Not For Profit organizations are now both vital links between business, government and society. Services that have historically been provided by governments are more and more being pushed off the national balance sheet and into the NGO and NFP community to provide solutions. In part, this is because of the spiraling costs to government but also a recognition that government response may be too slow or ill-directed and not meet the needs of those in need or those unrepresented communities. This is especially true because governments cannot deal with global problems, and entities distinct from governments such as NGOs can mobilise and expand support for causes across borders. Executive search has for many years provided a vital role in finding new leaders to adapt to this changing landscape in NGOs and Not For Profits. IRC is able to identify these social entrepreneurs that can spur innovative solutions and demonstrate real return on investment to governments, foundations, businesses or the private donor. In doing this, they deliver on their mission to make people’s lives better.

Practice members

Rania Abdalla Member of the IRC Executive Board Bio
Rohan Carr President of the IRC Executive Board, Global Leader at IRC Education Practice Group Bio
Malcolm Duncan NGO and Not For Profit Practice Lead, Asia Pacific Leader at IRC Banking & Financial Services Practice Group Bio
Gurdeep S. Hora IRC Asia Pacific - Regional Leader, Global Leader at IRC Technology Practice Group Bio
Raj Kumar Paramanathan Energy, Natural Resources & Infrastructure Practice Group Global Leader Bio