Agron is a senior-level international relief and development professional with over 15 years of experience in program design and the implementation of large-scale programs and projects. During this time, Mr Ferati has directly managed projects worth more than 300 million USD. He has a proven record of executing complex negotiations and of managing programs in difficult operating environments. He was the Director of Program Development for the International Medical Corps (IMC) from 2009 to 2012. From 2004 to 2010, he was IMC’s Country/Regional Director or Operational Director in Haiti, Iraq, Sierra Leone, Middle East/Jordan and Lebanon.
He has also worked as a Senior Finance Consultant and Internal Auditor in the private and international NGO sectors. Agron Ferati has led over 40 start-ups, undertaking both contract negotiations and corporate mergers in that capacity. Throughout his career, he has overseen the successful management and implementation of projects for a wide range of donors, including USAID.