Chris Palusky

Senior Director, Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs

Expertise:  Humanitarian affairs  |  Emergency response

Highlights:  

Palusky has worked in hot spots and crises for the majority of his 15 years as a humanitarian worker, including:

  • Burma
  • Indonesia
  • Kosovo
  • Afghanistan
  • Sri Lanka
  • Pakistan
  • Sudan
  • Myanmar
  • Lebanon
  • Mali

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Chris Palusky, Senior Director, Humanitarian and Emergency Affairs

About Chris Palusky

Chris Palusky is a humanitarian professional with more than 15 years of international relief, development and fundraising experience. During that time, he has served on a wide range of emergency responses, assisting with both natural disasters and complex humanitarian emergencies. Palusky served with World Vision from 2003 to 2006 and then has served in senior leadership positions all over the globe with leading humanitarian organizations, including CARE, MAP International, Samaritan's Purse and World Relief. He has worked in hot spots and crises for a majority of his time as a humanitarian worker, including Kosovo, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Sudan, Myanmar, Lebanon and Mali.

Before returning to World Vision in 2012 (after working with the organization from 2003 - 2006), Chris served in senior leadership positions all over the globe with leading humanitarian organizations, including CARE, MAP International, Samaritan's Purse, and World Relief. He has worked in hot spots and crises for the majority of his time as a humanitarian worker, including Kosovo, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Sudan, Myanmar, Lebanon, and Mali.