Coffey announces new Leadership for its International Development Business

Coffey, a Tetra Tech Company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy Gildea as Managing Director for its Asia Pacific international development business, with Kit Black leaving the business after 13 years at the end of August 2019.

Amy is currently head of Coffey’s Research, Monitoring and Evaluation practice, and a senior member of our leadership team, delivering project design, management and evaluation on behalf of private organisations and government agencies including the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Announcing the appointment, Kit described Amy as a capable and dynamic individual, with the ability to lead the Australian-based organisation into the next decade. “Amy comes to the role with exceptional credentials. Through her leadership, the Research, Monitoring and Evaluation team has developed over the past few years into one of Australia’s foremost evaluation practices, ensuring organisations have access to meaningful and useful data to help drive business decision making,” Kit Black said.

“With Amy leading our entire team, we will no doubt continue to support its clients in delivering exceptional projects in some of the world’s most difficult locations, but also ensure that the work we do is effective, responsible and sustainable.”

Tetra Tech International Development Services delivers, designs and monitors projects in more than 100 countries around the world for governments and donors including United States Agency for International Development, the UK Department for International Development, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Asia Development Bank and the New Zealand Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Kit Black and Amy Gildea, Tetra Tech International Development

Image of Amy Gildea, Managing Director of Tetra Tech International Development

Managing Director, International Development – Asia Pacific

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