Donna Duvin

Donna Duvin

Sr. Advisor for Programming, Resettlement, Asylum, and Integration (RAI)

Ms. Duvin currently serves as an independent consultant, having formerly worked as a Sr. Advisor in Resettlement, Asylum, and Integration for the International Rescue Committee, an NGO addressing emergency and humanitarian concerns in over forty countries. Ms. Duvin previously served as Executive Director for the IRC’s offices in San Diego and across Texas, where she led operations serving over 8,000 refugees, asylum seekers, and immigrants annually. This incorporated the IRC’s response to the US/Mexico asylum-seeker crisis. With deep experience in the US and international humanitarian sector, her efforts focused on cultivating an ethos of service delivery excellence and the development of senior leaders in support of the organization’s expansive efforts. This encompassed building a leadership succession “pipeline” and an executive leader mentoring program with an eye toward the future. With a Master’s in Nonprofit Management, Ms. Duvin’s nonprofit and emergency preparedness/response career spans over twenty-five years, including leading territories for the American Red Cross. Ms. Duvin and her husband now call Asheville, NC home.