Wednesday, April 17, 2013

InterAction Forum 2013: A United Voice for Global Change

Aidmatrix President & CEO Governor Scott McCallum will be speaking on a panel during the 2013 InterAction Forum in Washington D.C., which takes place April 29 - May 1. The panel is titled "Innovation Drivers in Relief and Development". Led by remarks from Daniel J. Brutto, President of UPS International, the panel will be moderated by Kathy Spahn, President and CEO of Helen Keller International. Serving alongside Gov. McCallum on the panel are Lisa Nitze, Managing Director of Mission Measurement and Dr. Mirza Jahani, CEO of Aga Khan Foundation USA. Aidmatrix Vice President - Programs Melis Jones will also be attending the conference.

Innovation Drivers in Relief and Development
A UPS-InterAction CEO Roundtable Event
Innovation has become a buzz word in many sectors, including development, and the word is most often used interchangeably with technology.  But, innovation is also evident in new ways that individuals, groups and even bureaucracies work together (or not) in response to a very fluid and dynamic environment.  This session will explore how NGOs and corporations, along with other partners, are and can continue to be drivers of innovation.

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The annual InterAction Forum serves as a venue for leaders and innovators of NGOs, governments, philanthropy, corporations and civil society to come together and forge common solutions that focus on our work to improve the lives of the world’s poor and marginalized and that move us toward a world that works for all.

Engage   |   Learn   |   Build


  • Engage with government decision makers, private sector leaders, relief and development experts and hundreds of peers who share your interests and commitments.
  • Learn about latest developments in issues that affect our sector. Get trained in best practices and skills that support your work.
  • Shape the direction of the NGO sector and build our effectiveness as a community of the most accountable and professional nonprofits engaging internationally to build a sustainable and equitable world.
Featuring thought-provoking plenary sessions and workshops with more than 100 experts from around the world, Forum 2013 will bring together 1,000 professionals from more than 350 organizations representing the international nonprofit community, government, corporate and philanthropic sectors.

Read more about the InterAction Forum

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