Mabud

Hossain

Director, Cost & Pricing

PSI Global

Mabud leads PSI’s costing and pricing strategies and risk analyses for bids and proposals and oversees proposal budget development in collaboration with Institutional Fundraising. Mabud has over twenty years of working experience in international development, primarily in costing and pricing involving a range of donors – from US and foreign governments to multi-lateral organizations to foundations. Prior to PSI, Mabud led pricing at Global Communities, International Relief & Development, and World Learning for International Development. Mabud has a Bachelor’s in Business from Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas and a Master’s in Business from Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University.

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