Mark Radin is an Environmental Economist with more than eight years of experience working in the service delivery sector with a focus on water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services. He is a Senior Water Specialist within RTI’s International Development Group providing technical support and thought leadership for WASH projects and business development.
Previously, Mr. Radin worked for the World Bank’s Water and Sanitation Program, under which he provided technical assistance to the Ministry of Health in Kenya to improve the delivery of rural sanitation services and to the Africa Ministers’ Council on Water to help government in Sub-Saharan Africa improve the policy enabling environment for sanitation.
He also has experience working for the United Nations Office for Project Services in South Sudan supporting the development of a National Road Sector Strategy and for PSI working to deploy rapid diagnostic tests for malaria in Kenya, Madagascar, Nigeria, Tanzania, and Uganda.
As a doctoral student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Mr. Radin is studying the economic impact of water and sanitation services in low-income countries and has published analyses in numerous peer-reviewed journals.