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Who is Joe Thelusca?


Rev. Joseph Thelusca is a domestic and foreign policy executive recognized for building global collaborations between governments, enterprises, and nonprofit organizations to advance corporate and social equity concerns. A trusted advisor to world leaders, C-level colleagues, and bi-partisan stakeholders who can deliver mission-critical projects on time and under budget.


Joe is a transformational leader who expertly accomplishes large, complex deliverables through transparent communication, innovation, and a willingness to have the difficult conversations others avoid. He is an empowering leader and mentor known for developing team members so they can achieve and exceed their unique goals.

Career Highlights

  • Global economic and political advisor to world leaders in the U.S., Caribbean, Haiti, and African countries

  • Established June as Caribbean Heritage Month under President George W. Bush

  • Secured $20M+ to support political candidates and nonprofit organizations

  • White House finalist for U.S. Ambassador to Haiti

Recent Accomplishments

  • Served as FG Management’s SVP of Corporate and Governmental Affairs, leading a team in building vital relationships with local, state, and federal officials for this service-disabled, veteran-owned consulting and managed services business.

  • Realized a 30% revenue increase for FG Management by engaging extensive private and government relationships to align the client with procurement opportunities resulting in $3.8M in revenue in FY21 and $7M projected revenue in FY22.

  • Secured $300M in procurement opportunities within 12 months for Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) by partnering with the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) National Director to provide forums, expos, and networking events.

  • Partnered with the State Department and U.S. Embassy in assessing Haiti’s needs following the 2021 earthquake, resulting in $18M in aid.

  • Advised the Prime Minister of Haiti and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in creating a shared strategy to advance Haiti’s involvement in the international community and increase global revenue sources.

  • Collaborated with the New Jersey Re-entry Corporation to provide job and life skills training, food, and resources to 5K+ community members impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Served as Senior Advisor to the Chairwoman of the National Haitian American Elected Official Network on public policies and internal affairs.

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