Board Member United Nations, Advisory Board Member Urban Angels, Fundraising Specialist, Public-Private Partnership Creator, International Project Developer
Jocelyn (Joy) Pittel is a humanitarian, activist and an international project developer specializing in fundraising and creating public and private partnerships.
She has developed excellent operational, financial, marketing, and product development skills. Jocelyn has held positions as a senior corporate executive in the private sector. She was the President of her own company, Focused Alliances Corporation, an international development company. She has worked on funding development projects in many countries throughout South Africa, Asia, and South America for over 25 years. Additionally, Jocelyn has put together funding for a $160 million public-private partnership in South Africa, created a $25Million housing Project for the Cook Islands. She funded a black pearl project in Manihiki and developed farming projects in Peru in the Amazon.
She worked with OPIC, World Bank, USAID, OECD, Asian Development Bank, International Finance Corporation, and private banks.
Jocelyn is currently working on a development project, Cambodia Farmers’ Cooperative, helping farmers create better lives by supporting their agricultural efforts. She provides financing to the farmers to buy cows and raise them. As the cows mature, they have calves. Opportunities increase their livestock, and, at the same time, increase their income, hopefully ending the poverty cycle.