Erik Dyson recently joined All Hands Volunteers, succeeding founder David Campbell to become its second Executive Director.
Erik has long had a passion for volunteer work, having served early in his career as regional and national program developer for Habitat for Humanity International. He continued working internationally, developing an impressive track record in international business, and is pleased to once again join an organization that combines international work with a commitment to serve those in need.
Erik has taken on the important mission of guiding All Hands during its next phase of growth, as it celebrates its 10-year anniversary in 2015. Prior to All Hands, Erik was the senior vice president of Latin America for GTECH Corporation, managing the company’s operations and pursuing new business opportunities.
Previously he served as vice president of Latin America and Caribbean, where he guided the growth and development of the company’s presence in the region. Before joining GTECH, Erik worked in commercial real estate in the Boston area, and also worked for three years in El Salvador and Costa Rica with Habitat for Humanity International.
Erik graduated from Harvard Business School with a Master in Business Administration, and American University where he studied International Business and Finance. He currently serves on the board of directors for Dorcas International Institute of Rhode Island and Helping Hands and Hooves.