Dennis Flemming has 27 years of experience in the design and implementation of community programs in developing countries including Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Angola and Nigeria. He has worked on a broad range of development projects and initiatives as a consultant, trainer and program manager within both the private sector and public sector. In 2000, Dennis headed the establishment of the Community Development Initiatives (CDI) Foundation, designed to implement rural development programs in Papua New Guinea, and managed it for four years. Afterwards, he worked as Corporate Responsibility Manager for Chevron in Angola, managing Chevron’s Angola Partnership Initiative, a program pairing the company with other donors to support the reconstruction and development of Angola after 27 years of civil war. Dennis arrived in Nigeria in 2008 to assist Chevron in evaluating social investment initiatives and negotiating with community groups. In 2010, Dennis managed the establishment of the Niger Delta Partnership Initiative (NDPI), a corporate social enterprise created by Chevron to develop multi-stakeholder partnerships that generate socio-economic development in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria.