Krystle Corpuz is a Project Manager on the Agriculture, Water, and Environment Team, within RTI’s International Development Group, and has more than 10 years of experience in international development.
Ms. Corpuz currently manages the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Reducing Demand for Wildlife project, where she provides technical oversight to RTI’s project office in Thailand, and USAID Effective Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Services Program, where she provides operational support to RTI’s project office in Nigeria. As a project manager, she is responsible for overseeing overall project performance and ensuring implementation excellence on project finances, client management, and relationship management.
Prior to joining RTI, Ms. Corpuz was a project manager supporting activities in Zimbabwe under the USAID-funded Global Health Supply Chain-Procurement Supply Management Project (GHSC-PSM) and served as GHSC-PSM business operations manager leading the corporate financial process for more than 100 staff and more than 30 country teams. She also worked for the Guyana Shield Facility, a program funded by the United Nations Development Programme, where she led technical reviews of Guyana’s green policy initiatives and conducted in-depth policy research on Reducing Emissions from Degradation and Deforestation, also known as REDD+, and its impacts on high forestation and low deforestation countries.
Ms. Corpuz also lived in the Philippines for three years working for an Australian engineering firm supporting Asian Development Bank, AusAID, and World Bank programs focused on infrastructure and climate change activities in Asia and the South Pacific.