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Friday, September 18 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Workshop B: Women & ICTs: Approaches to Learning and Empowerment

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Dr. Revi Sterling

USAID-GBI Deputy Chief of Party, NetHope
Prior to joining NetHope in January 2015, Sterling founded and directed the first Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICTD) professional master’s program in the United States, a program that places equal emphasis on technology, methodology and development studies. Sterling also consults extensively for the United Nations, development agencies and high technology companies interested in utilizing technology for... Read More →

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Firdaus Kharas

Chairman & Executive Producer, Chocolate Moose Media
Social innovator, director and humanitarian, Firdaus Kharas creates media designed to educate, entertain and change societal and individual behavior to better the human condition.  He is a specialist in creating animated shorts and documentaries, especially on human rights and disease prevention. His work has been translated into more than 100 languages, used in 150 countries and attributed positively to influencing millions of lives. He... Read More →
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Valerie Oliphant

Projects Manager, SimLab
Valerie is an international development practitioner and a projects manager at SIMLab. She is passionate about advancing peace and social equality with a commitment to reflective practice and continuous learning. Prior to joining SIMLab, she worked with Search for Common Ground, where she helped set up SFCG Nigeria’s Port Harcourt office and supported design, monitoring and evaluation of a peace-building project. Upon returning to DC, she... Read More →

Friday September 18, 2015 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Governor's Ballroom B

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