J. Andrew Spindler:  President and CEO, based in New York

As President and CEO, Mr. Spindler leads and oversees FSVC’s work to help build the sound financial infrastructure needed to support job creation and economic growth in emerging market countries. 

Before joining FSVC in 1993, Mr. Spindler served as Senior Vice President at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, where he headed the Banking Studies and Analysis Function and Payments System Studies staff.  While at the New York Fed, he helped develop the risk-based capital framework that has been adopted by most of the world’s bank supervisory authorities.  He represented the New York Fed on the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision from 1991 to 1993.  Prior to joining the New York Fed in 1985, he helped direct strategy at the Continental Illinois Bank following its 1984 financial crisis.  He was Executive Assistant to the Bank's Chairman during the peak of that crisis.  He served as a Fellow at The Brookings Institution during 1980-82, and is the author of The Politics of International Credit: Private Finance and Foreign Policy in Germany and Japan. 

Mr. Spindler holds MPA and PhD degrees from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, and a bachelor’s degree in international politics from Harvard University.  He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bretton Woods Committee, and the Foreign Policy Association.  He has served since 2004 on the Board of the Dubai Financial Services Authority, the supervisory authority for the Dubai International Financial Center.    

John D. Pompay:  Chief Financial & Operating Officer, based in New York

As CFO, Mr. Pompay is responsible for the financial strategy of FSVC in regard to locating potential sources of funding, supporting FSVC’s President and CEO, and other controllership duties.  In addition, Mr. Pompay serves as Assistant Treasurer to the FSVC Board of Trustees and as Treasurer to the Board of the Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance (VEGA).  Mr. Pompay holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BS degree in finance from Siena College.  He is a graduate of the General Electric Financial Management Program and an alumnus of the General Electric Audit Staff and Six Sigma quality team.  Email:    Telephone: 212-771-1443

Joseph (Joe) Williams: Managing Director for Programs, based in Beirut

As Managing Director for Programs, Mr. Williams works closely with ongoing programs in Egypt, Iraq, Tunisia, East Africa, and Kenya.  In addition, he interfaces with New York staff, and represents FSVC with various donor agencies and national institutions throughout the region.  Having served 27 years as a Foreign Service Officer in USAID, his assignments have  included Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Washington.  Most recently, he was the USAID Mission Director in Albania.  Mr. Williams holds BA and JD degrees from the University of Tennessee.  Email:  Telephone: +961-76-026048 


Charles E. Kilbourne: Managing Director and Secretary of the Corporation, based in New York

Charles E. Kilbourne is Managing Director and Secretary of the Corporation of FSVC.  He is a member of FSVC’s management group and directly oversees FSVC’s fiscal policy programs, the program in Albania and FSVC’s collaboration with Carnegie Corporation of New York.  He is an officer of the Corporation and the liaison to the Board of Directors. 
Before joining FSVC in 2002, Mr. Kilbourne served as Vice President of the Financial Services Forum.  He previously worked in several capacities in the Administration of New York Governor George E. Pataki.  He is a Trustee of the Wright Family Foundation. 
He received a Master’s Degree from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and a Bachelor’s Degree from Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.


Andrea Perraud: Managing Director, based in New York

As the Managing Director, Ms. Perraud heads the New York program staff and liaises between FSVC's main headquarters in New York and its field staff around the world.  Prior to joining FSVC, Ms. Perraud was a Senior Associate Auditor at PricewaterhouseCoopers in New York.  Ms. Perraud holds an MSc in international law and finance form HEC Paris and a BA in politics, philosophy and economics from the University of Pennsylvania.  Email: Telephone: 212-771-1421





Frida Krifca:  Country Director for Albania, based in Tirana

As the Country Director for FSVC in Albania, Ms. Krifca liaises with the country's financial institutions such as Bank of Albania, Financial Supervisory Authority, Albanian Deposit Insurance and other partners to generate and implement a range of program activity to strengthen the Albanian financial sector through improving the quality and consistency of financial sector regulations and supervision.  

Before joining FSVC, Ms. Krifca worked for a commercial bank in a leadership position following years of experience in the private setor.  Ms. Krifca is a Fulbright scholar and has an MBA from the College of Business Administration at the Akron University in Ohio.  Email:  Telephone: +355 682056958

Erison Kotini: Program Officer for Albania, based in Tirana
Mr. Kotini joined FSVC in 2015.  As a Program Officer, he is responsible for project design and implementation, as well as business development.  Before joining FSVC, Mr. Kotini worked at the Supervision Department of the Bank of Albania, where he was extensively involved in the development of banking supervision methodologies and regulation.  Mr. Kotini has also held positions at the corporate Banking Department and Network Division in one of the largest commercial banks in Albania.  He holds a BA in Finance from the University of Tirana.  Email:  Telephone: +355 67 60 60006


Mabela Ismailaga: Program Officer, based in Tirana 

Ms. Ismailaga joined FSVC in 2013 as the Tirana Office Manager.  As a Program Officer, she recruits volunteer experts and with field staff manages a diverse range of projects in Albania, Egypt, and East Africa.  Prior to joining FSVC, Ms. Ismailaga worked in digital marketing, and was the site administrator for numerous successful websites in Albania.  She also created content for various science/financial news outlets, and interned at the second largest bank in Albania, BKT.  Ms. Ismailaga holds a Master of Science in Banking and Finance with high honours and a BA in Finance-Banking from Epoka University in Albania.  Email:  Telephone: 212-771-1406


Nevine Dakroury: Country Director for Egypt, based in Cairo

As a Country Director, Ms. Dakroury is responsible for implementing the strategic vision and objectives of FSVC with an ultimate goal of supporting the development of the Financial Sector in Egypt. Prior to joining FSVC, Ms. Dakroury was the Strategic Development and Quality Assurance Director of Egypt's official Banking Institute, where she handled the full accreditation of a public sector organization turning it into an internationally recognized center for banking training.  Prior to that, Ms. Dakroury spent 20 years in various positions in banking.  She holds a Master of International Business Administration from Ecole Superieure Libre des Sciences Commerciales Apliquees (ESLSCA Business School) and a BA in Business Administration and Economics from The American University in Cairo.  Ms. Dakroury is also a certified trainer and assessor.  Email:   Telephone: +2 010 01555688


Danyelle Gerges:  Country Director for Jordan, based in Amman

As Country Director for Jordan, Ms. Gerges oversees FSVC's operations in Jordan and manages technical assistance delivery by FSVC volunteer experts, including program and project activity design. Prior to working with FSVC, Ms. Gerges spent several years working in positions related to development with FIAN International, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food, and as an Agronomist/Local Project Coordinator for Oxfam Italia.  Ms. Gerges holds an MA in sustainable development at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University and a BSc and MSc in agricultural engineering and animal science at the American University of Beirut. Email:  Telephone: +962 (0) 65933093


Mourad Baly: Country Director for Kenya, based in Nairobi

As Country Director for Kenya, Mr. Baly manages FSVC’s project activities in Kenya and the greater East Africa region.  Prior to his assignment to Kenya, he served as a FSVC Program Officer in our Tunisia office since 2012. Before his arrival at FSVC, Mr. Baly was head of the foreign institutional sales & trading desk at Axis Capital, a leading broker on the Tunis Stock Exchange. Mr. Baly also spent 8 years on Wall Street as an Exchanged Traded Funds (ETF) trader.  Mr. Baly holds a BA in economics from Columbia University.”  Email:  Telephone: +254 72 951 8650


Moez Dalloua: Regional Director, based in Tunis

As Regional Director, Mr. Dalloua organizes with counterparts and FSVC volunteer experts to faciliate projects in Tunisia, Libya and the MENA region.  Currently, Mr. Dalloua is working to expand small business and venture capital financing in Tunisia and Libya.  Before his arrival at FSVC, Mr. Dalloua worked in equity finance and as a sales trader for Societe Generale Corporate & Investment Banking in Montreal.  He holds an MSc (Hons) in finance from Paris Dauphine and an MA (Hons) in mathematics from Paris Dauphine.  Email:  


Camille Jagueneau-Siegel: Program Officer, based in New York

As a Program Officer, Mrs. Jagueneau-Siegel recruits volunteer experts, and with field staff, manages a diverse range of projects. Prior to joining FSVC, she worked as a Media Specialist at the Institut Francais du Royaume-Uni and as a Journalist at ICI Londres magazine in London.  She was most recently involved with the Women In Need organization in New York, where she helped homeless clients apply for housing and gain employment.  Mrs. Jagueneau-Siegel earned her Master’s Degree in Population & Development from the London School of Economics, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from Sciences Po, in Paris. Email: Telephone: 212-771-1417

Edward Sia: Regional Director - East Africa, based in New York
Mr. Sia has worked with FSVC since 1998.  He currently oversees FSVC projects in Azerbaijan, Egypt and East Africa. Mr. Sia served as FSVC’s Country Director in India from 2005 to 2008.  Prior to his assignment to India, he served as a Senior Program Officer at FSVC’s New York headquarters and was responsible for volunteer recruitment in many of its international programs.  Mr. Sia has also worked as a U.S. Government contractor on defense contracts for the Department of Homeland Security-Immigration and Customs Enforcement.  He has also consulted for a number of businesses in the U.S. and South Asia.  He holds a B.S. in industrial engineering and operations research from Columbia University.  Email:   Telephone: 212-771-1433

Katie Thompson: Director of Communications and Development, based in New York  

Ms. Thompson is responsible for the organization’s communications efforts as well as public and private sector fundraising.  Previously, Ms. Thompson served as FSVC field staff, working as the Southern Africa Regional Program Advisor based in Maputo, Mozambique and as the East Africa Program Officer in Nairobi, Kenya.  Prior to joining FSVC, Ms. Thompson worked at the American Insurance Association as Senior Manager for Public Affairs, where she handled media and communication efforts for international and domestic regulatory and legislative issues.  Ms. Thompson holds a master's degree in international policy and development from Georgetown University and received her bachelor's degree in international studies from the Johns Hopkins University.  Email: Phone: 212-771-1410

Allison Voss: Program Officer, based in New York

As a Program Officer, Allison recruits volunteer experts and manages a diverse range of projects in East Africa, Jordan, and United Arab Emirates.  Prior to joining FSVC, Allison worked in management consulting, sustainable investing and investment banking across East Africa, Latin America and the US.  She holds a B.A. in Economics from Vanderbilt University. Email: Phone: 212-771-1457