CEO Patrick Fine joins InterAction Board of Directors
FHI 360 is pleased to announce that Chief Executive Officer, Patrick C. Fine, has been elected to the board of directors of InterAction, the largest alliance of international nongovernmental organizations and partners in the United States. Mr. Fine is honored to join Kate Bunting, CEO, HelpAge International; Charles Hooker, President and CEO, Keystone Human Services; Mohamed Hassan, CEO, Mercy Without Limits; and Devin Hibbard, Founder and CEO, Street Business School as new members of Interaction’s board of directors. The newly elected members will serve an initial term of three years.
“COVID-19, systemic racism and a host of economic and political issues make this a critical moment to have a strong and clear voice speaking out in favor of responsible leadership to address global human development challenges and representing the nonprofit organizations fighting for a more equitable, prosperous and sustainable world. I am honored to join Sam Worthington and Interaction’s board to advance an agenda of action that is more important now than ever before,” said Mr. Fine. “As a recently joined member organization, FHI 360’s team very quickly noted the significant value of the various working groups, advocacy efforts and networking opportunities our InterAction membership delivers.”
“Patrick's insights and 35 years of international development experience will bring enormous value to the InterAction board's discussions of today's complex challenges,” said Sam Worthington, CEO of InterAction.
Mr. Fine serves on a number of nonprofit boards, including as Co-Chair of the board of directors of The Alliance for International Youth Development (AIYD), a community of practice and advocacy platform for youth-led development and a strategic partner to InterAction.
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