Rabih Torbay joined Project HOPE in February of 2017, playing a key role in advancing HOPE’s international development strategy and maximizing the impact of HOPE’s global health teams worldwide. Rabih previously served as Senior Vice President of International Operations at International Medical Corps, leading all global programs and a staff of 10,000 in 37 countries. During his 17-year tenure at IMC, Rabih worked hand-in-hand with local governments, health officials and health care providers to create and expand programs to advance health care solutions in several leadership positions. He has served as a policy advisor to members of Congress, the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Special Representative to the UN on sensitive issues including Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Iraq and Lebanon. He also advised the world body on the West Africa Ebola response.
Rabih holds a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from the American University in Beirut and completed the Executive Education Program in Humanitarian Leadership at Harvard Business School.