Anthony Cauterucci is an
international business and project development professional with more than 20
years of experience in the identification, development and capture of new
project/business opportunities across a wide spectrum of industries. His is a
diverse career with successful engagements in both private industry as well as
in civil society and non-profit corporations. He is fully bi-cultural and bi-lingual in Spanish and
Anthony was instrumental in building the Latin American division for Chemonics, an international development consulting company implementing sustainable projects for the World Bank, IDB, OAS, USAID, and other international donor agencies. In addition, he has hands on experience assisting both for profit and not-for profit ventures in the development of revenue generating centers and projects assisting disadvantaged populations. In one such instance he oversaw the development and implementation of employment and revenue generating programs for international workshops affiliated with Very Special Arts (Kennedy Foundation) assisting people with disabilities in Bolivia, Colombia, Guatemala, India, Kenya, and Venezuela.
Anthony's ability to develop networks of key contacts - decision-makers in both the public and private sectors - has led to long-term collaborations between both sectors. He is particularly adept at gathering strategic and tactical marketing intelligence. His leadership style is balanced and positive and is both results and team-oriented.
Throughout his professional and personal life, he has been committed to building strong communities where indigenous leadership is nurtured and their contributions recognized, mentored, developed and supported. At one point, he served as community advisor for The Experimental Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute assisting the Gallery in the creation of a participatory and interactive exhibit focusing on racial, ethnic and cultural diversity involving 12 elementary and junior high schools from the greater Washington metropolitan area.