Gina Volynsky is a 25 year veteran of international development, which includes fourteen years living and working in developing countries. She has gained a deep expertise of the work, operations, and issues confronting global non-profit organizations by working with nearly every type of entity involved in international development. Gina had senior level appointments at two major multilaterals, representing the MIGA of the World Bank in Russia, and running a 27 country portfolio on trade and inclusive development for the United Nations Development Program in Central Asia and Eastern Europe. At Deloitte and Touche, Gina run in the Ural region, the most successful of eight regional programs of USAID’s flagship economic development program in Russia. When she returned to the US, she led the business development divisions at Crown Agents USA, and later at CARANA. Before coming to SUNY/CID she worked with USAID where she advised the agency on strategy and thought leadership of partnering with the private sector to solve development issues. Gina Volynsky has a Bachelor of Economics, and a Master of International Development.
Public Service Professor
Public Administration & Policy
Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy