Checchi and Company Consulting, Inc. was founded by Vincent V. Checchi in 1973. Since its inception, the company has successfully completed consulting engagements to promote social and economic development in 145 countries. Our clients have included U.S. Government agencies, foreign governments, and international donors such as the World Bank, Asian Development Bank and African Development Bank.
One of our oldest and most important clients is the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In more than 35 years as a USAID contractor, Checchi has managed over 250 long-term, bilateral project implementation contracts. In addition, we have completed hundreds of short-term assignments, drawing upon our specialized experience in project design, monitoring and evaluation.
The company has had a pioneering role in supporting USAID initiatives to strengthen the rule of law and the legal foundations for sustainable economic growth. Checchi has completed assignments related to the modernization of legal frameworks and the reform of judicial systems in Latin America, Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. The company is presently implementing major USAID-funded judicial and legal reform programs in Afghanistan, Kosovo and El Salvador. We are also working on important subcontracts in such countries as Mexico and Peru.
Vincent V. Checchi’s original vision continues to inspire and inform our company’s activities to this day. We utilize a practical, results-oriented approach that emphasizes sustainable development, always bearing in mind that our fundamental mission is to help better people’s lives. Checchi staff members and associates typically have multi-disciplinary skills, extensive international experience, and fluency in one or more foreign languages. We combine the technical expertise, breadth of experience, cultural sensitivity and dedication needed to work effectively in some of the world’s most challenging development environments.