David Malutinok, senior director, International Finance
David Malutinok spent the first dozen years of his career in the oil and energy resources industries, focusing his efforts on strategic planning. He then changed course and spent the next three years as executive director of a nonprofit organization called HOPE for Children, a child welfare/domestic and international adoption agency he helped found. During the next three years he served as the chief financial officer of HOPE Worldwide, was president of the National Council for Adoption and worked on child adoption advocacy in Washington, D.C. Just prior to accepting a position at Habitat for Humanity, Malutinok owned his own financial consulting business in Boston.
Malutinok earned an undergraduate degree in accounting and economics from West Virginia University and a master of business administration degree from Marshall University, also located in West Virginia.
In his current position as senior director of International Finance, Malutinok is responsible for finance at Habitat’s four international area offices – Europe/Central Asia, Latin America/Caribbean, Africa/Middle East and Asia/Pacific. This experience has given him extensive knowledge of Habitat’s international work. For example, Malutinok has worked closely with Habitat personnel in Haiti and has visited that country five times since the January 2010 earthquake.
A veteran public speaker, Malutinok is particularly versed in Habitat’s international work, with emphasis on programmatic and internal controls, finance, strategic management and working in various cultures or countries. Suggested presentation titles include “Around the World with Habitat” and “Microfinance – Small Solutions Make a Big Difference.”