Rod Dubitsky is senior advisor and chief knowledge officer for BRAC USA. Rod’s involvement with BRAC USA goes back to 2007 as a volunteer. He joined the Advisory Council in 2009 and the board in 2011. In 2011, he coauthored with BRAC a chapter covering agriculture and microfinance in the book “New Pathways out of Poverty.” He also spent two months in Peru as a volunteer for TechnoServe working on research related to the development of the cocoa value chain. Rod’s current role includes coverage of Sierra Leone and Liberia as well as providing support for BRAC’s agriculture and microfinance programs. Prior to joining BRAC, Rod was an executive vice president and lead asset expert in PIMCO’s Advisory Group; managing director and head of asset-backed securities research at Credit Suisse; and was ranked as a leading analyst in asset-backed securities by Institutional Investor magazine in 2002-08. Rod earned a master’s degree in business administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and an economics degree from the State University of New York, Binghamton.
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