Mr. Ruddy is a seasoned professional in the field of international development, with extensive experience on programs financed by international financial institutions and donors. He has worked in over 28 countries in the Middle East, Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe, covering sectors ranging from infrastructure and agriculture, to private sector development, finance and trade. His assignments have included working as team leader for an Institutional Strengthening Project complementing the $110 million World Bank loan to the Philippines Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (Airport Rehabilitation, Roads, and Bridges); In Jordan, he supported and led conceptual development, feasibility studies, and technical assistance for one of the country's most successful development programs, the Aqaba Special Economic Zone. Has has worked on programs financed by the Inter-American Development Bank, the United States Agency for International Development, the Canadian International Development Agency, and directly for emerging market national governments and private clients world-wide. His recent work includes leading the successful development, negotiation, and implementation of a $461 million Compact between the Millennium Challenge Corporation and the Government of El Salvador. This integrated development program included design and construction of trans-national roads, bridges, water & sanitation systems, schools, and rural electrification networks. As part of this assignment, he structured and led execution of MCC's first Public Private Partnership (P3) for infrastructure development ($33 million deal with U.S. energy company AES). At AECOM, Mr. Ruddy recently led an extensive P3 market study and corporate strategy focused on Africa and the Middle East. Within the End Markets Group, he is now working to implement this strategy, and support a number of strategic initiatives focused on expanding AECOM's business, primarily with National Governments in emerging market countries.