Alberto Wilde is a business administrator with more than 26 years of experience in project management, finance, and business administration and joined Global Communities in 2003. He has a master’s in Corporate Finance. Alberto has successfully implemented complex and multi-dimensional projects in economic development; governance; capacity building; water, sanitation, and hygiene; and small, medium, and large infrastructure projects in Bolivia, Haiti, and Ghana.
Alberto has led water and sanitation projects in urban, peri-urban, and rural areas, providing strategic direction for capacity building, developing innovative, scalable solutions for low-income communities, and linking microfinance with the WASH sector. He also provided strategic leadership on the Youth Engagement in Service Delivery program, building the capacity of public and private sector actors for value addition and employment creation for youth within selected solid waste value chains. Alberto has also directed the implementation and management of IncluCity- Improving Governance and Services for Ghana’s Urban Poor Program. The program built the capacity of both public and civil society actors for inclusive governance, planning, budgeting, and revenue generation for improved service delivery. He has overseen projects funded by USAID, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and The MasterCard Foundation. Over time he has leveraged several millions of dollars from the private sector and developed long-lasting partnerships. Currently is successfully leading the WASH for Health program implementation across Ghana by bringing an innovative behavioral-led approach transforming water and sanitation, especially for the people in most need. In 2016 he designed the Digni-Loo, an affordable and easy-to-install plastic slab, which received much recognition from various stakeholders.