Matthew C. Krzyston
Matt Krzyston has extensive experience in the design, management and evaluation of US government-funded international development and relief programs, including Food Security, Nutrition, Health, Livelihood, Agriculture, Microfinance and Construction projects. Mr. Krzyston specializes in professional representation of organizational interests, evaluating program performance, undertaking advance ground work for relief and development programs, ascertaining commodity requirements for humanitarian assistance, securing in-country organizational presence, and establishing working relationships and support from in-country government officials.
In addition to serving as a Lead Field Representative for US government-funded programing in over 30 countries, Mr. Krzyston has traveled extensively during his consultancies and has served as team leader and/or primary author of over 100 proposals and 40 evaluation reports of US government funded projects. He has also managed over a dozen successful monetization projects.
Mr. Krzyston has received Special Congressional Recognition by the US House of Representatives, as well as a New York State Assembly Citation. He currently sits on the Institutional Review Board (IRB) of State University of New York at Delhi as well as the boards of several nonprofit agencies.