Private Sector Innovation in International Development: Making the world a better place by doing business better
WHEN: Thursday, April 13, 2017 from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm
(Light appetizers and networking beginning at 7:00 pm. Program starts at 7:30 pm with meet-and-greet after).

WHERE: 3rd Floor Amphitheater, Marvin Center -
800 21st St. NW; Washington, DC 20052

The role of the private sector in international development and the concept of corporate social responsibility have experienced rapid and significant evolution in recent years, with even greater change and innovation to come. In an effort to create shared value, respond to ethical consumerism, and create an effective “triple-bottom” line, an increasing number of companies are exploring new approaches in their global social responsibility and sustainability programs, from sponsoring tech startup accelerators, to building up local supply chains and workforce development programs.

The Organization for International Development at the George Washington University invites you to join us for a discussion on the latest thinking behind how the private sector can foster inclusive economic growth, create positive social impact abroad, and make the world a better place, while also doing good business.

Panelists Include:

Matthew Corso, Senior Communications and Engagement Adviser at USAID's Global Development Lab
Tam Robert Nguyen, Global Head of Sustainability, Bechtel Corporation
Zachary Kaplan, Director, Energy and Resources Group, DAI
Rachel Schwartz, Business Development Associate, Village Capital

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