John Prendergast, Co-Founder, the Enough Project
"Chris knows Africa from the bottom up, and uses that insight to work unstintingly for better governance and a respect for human rights. He's the real deal."
Lionel Rosenblatt, President Emeritus, Refugees International
"Chris Hennemeyer is one of the best practitioners of humanitarian and development assistance of our time. Rarely, he is also a far-reaching thinker about how to improve emergency responses to disasters. Of my many colleagues in the humanitarian field, Chris is way up there, right at the top."
Maggie Mitchell Salem, Executive Director, Qatar Foundation International
“The title of international consultant does not do Chris justice. His thoughtfulness, idealism, deep experience in both Washington and the field, and leadership skills would benefit any organization."
Sean Cleary, Executive Vice-Chairman, Future World Foundation
"Chris is deeply knowledgeable on African challenges and opportunities, including humanitarian issues, development and the advancement of democracy. He has deep and broad experience both as an analyst and as a practitioner. His insights and perspectives will be of value to any organization active or involved in the continent."
Richard Soudriette, President Emeritus, International Foundation for Electoral Systems
"Having traveled with Chris to Africa, I have seen firsthand his unique ability to manage programs and to communicate on all levels, from the farmer in the field to the president of the country."
William F. Rastetter, Vice President, Catholic Relief Services
"An acknowledged expert on African issues, humanitarian response, and democracy & governance. He has been both on the front lines and involved in policy-making and analysis for over thirty years. His first hand experience with crisis and development throughout the continent give him a unique and valuable perspective."
James Lutzweiler, Vice President, Joint Aid Management
"Chris's depth of experience and instincts make him invaluable in navigating the turbulent waters of emerging democracies, developing countries, or Washington. He remains at the top of my list when the real work needs to get done."