CHAPEL HILL, N.C., July 20, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- IntraHealth International is happy to welcome Rob Murphyas the new vice president of finance and administration and chief financial officer.
In his new role as part of the executive team, Murphy will direct the financial and administrative functions of IntraHealth's network of 18 offices around the
Murphy brings over 25 years of experience within the public and private sectors, including international development firms, nongovernmental organizations and nonprofit organizations within the U.S. government contracting, international and commercial arenas.
"These are uncertain times in global health and development," Murphy says. "IntraHealth is preparing by becoming even more nimble in today's evolving marketplace and forging powerful new partnerships. This will not only further IntraHealth's mission, but also make us a stronger organization in the long run."
Murphy's broad and diverse experience includes managing financial systems, corporate structures/strategy, human resources, program oversight, contracts/legal, facilities, mergers and acquisitions, and information technology within foreign assistance environments.
Before joining IntraHealth, Murphy served as chief financial officer/chief compliance officer at FHI 360. He also served in senior roles, including as chief financial officer, at Deloitte Emerging Markets Group, the United Nations Office for Project Services in Denmark, Counterpart International, Development Alternatives, Inc. and the Academy for Educational Development.
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SOURCE IntraHealth International
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