In May of 2011, the DKT Board of Directors adopted a policy statement outlining broad and guiding principles for DKT International. Read the Policy Statement of the Board of Directors – Revised Oct 2012.
Robert L. Ciszewski
Robert is a pioneer in the field of contraceptive social marketing. He designed and managed the Bangladesh program in the 1970s and subsequently served for seven years as executive director of Population Services International, Earlier, he worked for CARE and the pharmaceutical company Mead Johnson in Asia.
Carlos is an attorney, real estate investor, and collaborator with social entrepreneur organizations. He is a founding partner at Keller Williams Capital Properties and is President of Eng-Garcia Properties, a diversified real-estate business. Carlos is a Trustee of Connecticut College and served as board president of Higher Achievement from 1998 through 2008.
Philip D. Harvey
Phil founded DKT International in 1989 and served as its President through 2013. He is Chairman of the DKT Board of Directors. He was co-founder (with Dr. Tim Black, CBE) of Population Services International and served as PSI President before founding DKT. Mr. Harvey has been championing the benefits of social marketing for over three decades. Earlier he served as deputy director of CARE’s program in India. He is author of Let Every Child Be Wanted: How Social Marketing is Revolutionizing Contraceptive Use Around the World (1999) and of more than 20 published articles on international development, family planning, and the use of social marketing techniques to promote family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention programs.
Christopher H. Purdy
Chris is the President and CEO of DKT International. From 1996 to 2011, he served as Country Director of DKT programs in Turkey, Ethiopia, and Indonesia, where he managed the largest private social marketing family planning program in the world. He served as Executive Vice President from 2011-2013. He also serves as the CEO of carafem, a network of reproductive health clinics serving populations in the USA. He is the author of numerous articles on family planning and social entrepreneurship.
Julie was the Cato Institute’s Director of Public Affairs before leaving in 1991 to found Families Against Mandatory Minimums. President of FAMM until late 2016, she spearheaded dozens of legal reforms and clemency pleas that have mitigated the draconian sentences imposed on thousands of nonviolent drug offenders. She is an effective and passionate advocate whose success in creating coalitions to confront social issues has been recognized by the Ford Foundation, the Gleitsman Foundation, and the Cause of Civil Liberties, among others.