I'm trying to figure out how the world's governments would react to an extra-governmental agency. In a world where super-powers are possible through various means, it's the job of this agency to essentially recruit these individuals and move them to where they're most needed - and quickly reorganize them when a disaster happens. Regular, non-super powered individuals can join the organization in order to act as foot soldiers and peace keepers, who can aid police forces when needed, but generally are told to stay out of the way of civilian problems if it can be avoided. If there is a country that has denied the access of this agency, it does not recruit from the country, and it does not help with disasters.
The agency is run as a corporation, with a Head (CEO) that responds to a board, which are liaisons from the countries it currently works with. The agency sells various toys, comics and items relating to the Heroes it recruits, which is how it makes money. It does not interfere in the business of countries that are not part of the board, unless:
- The board votes in an 80% majority to intervene, or
- The country asks for help explicitly from the organization.
My question is: Does this happen to be a believable organization that could exist? If not, what could be changed to make it more believable?