Ryan Johnson leads the Office of Strategic Partnerships (OSP) which helps the agency effectively utilize partnerships as a means to achieving its mission.
Prior to his tenure at MCC, he served on the leadership team for Accenture’s international development practice where he led the development of partnership strategies for two global resilience partnerships: The One Billion Coalition, a partnership championed by the International Federation of the Red Cross; and the Global Resilience Partnership, a $150 million initiative of the Rockefeller Foundation, USAID, and Sida.
In 2012, Ryan served a two-year secondment at Catholic Relief Services as CRS’s first Director of Foundation and Corporate Engagement. Ryan led the development of CRS’s corporate partnership strategy and oversaw the agency’s entry into impact investing. Ryan also served as Accenture Development Partnerships’ (ADP) first Global Health Lead, helping to form partnerships with commercial life sciences and pharmaceuticals clients. While living in Kenya in 2008, he helped lead the mobilization and launch of the Partnership for an HIV-Free Generation. Ryan began his work with Accenture in Washington, DC serving U.S. federal government clients, including the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S. Postal Service, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Ryan holds a Bachelor of Arts in international relations from Georgetown University and a Master in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where he was named a Lucius N. Littauer Fellow and member of the Harvard Corporate Social Responsibility Scholars & Practitioners Network.
- NGO Consultations
- Public Private Partnerships
- Sustainable Development Goals
- Land and Property Rights
- Roads and Transportation Infrastructure
- Solomon Islands