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Embracing Change for Collective Impact. This year’s Summit theme reflects our optimism for the future and our recognition of the rapid change happening in our sector and in technology. True to NetHope’s legacy, our collaboration to explore, understand, and chart a course  to help our sector use technology well is key to achieving our respective missions.  With a renewed focus on working together, we can fully realize the promise of technology to impact our work, our organizations and our world.
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Tuesday, November 3 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
An Introduction to the SDG ICT Playbook: From Innovation to Impact

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NetHope developed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) ICT Playbook to guide the investments of global organizations in technology solutions as they work to achieve the UN's SDGs. In this session we will present an overview of the SDG ICT Playbook and conduct a dialogue with NetHope members and technology partners on ways we can continue to socialize and build upon Playbook recommendations, for the good of the global humanitarian community.

NOTE: This Session is Available Via Webcast

Speakers
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Carol Bothwell

Director, Technology Innovation for Development, Catholic Relief Services
Plays an active role in advising organizations on the use of information and communications technology (ICT) to enhance the well being of developing communities around the world. As Director for Technology Innovation in Development, provides part-time advice and consulting support for efforts by Catholic Relief Services (CRS), a global relief and development organization, to enhance the effectiveness of its field programming through strategic use... Read More →

Sponsors
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Catholic Relief Services

Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States. We alleviate suffering and provide assistance to people in need in more than 100 countries, without regard to race, belief or nationality.  | | CRS maintains strict standards of efficiency, accountability and transparency. Last year, more than 93 percent of revenues we spent went directly to programs that benefit the... Read More →
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CDW

CDW, a 30-year old provider of technology, services and support, is focused on helping more than 5000 nonprofit organizations advance their mission with specialized industry expertise, shared best practices from nonprofit customers and access to a broad range of cost-saving IT solutions. Our dedicated nonprofit account teams help organizations leverage IT to better manage budgets and resources, expand member/donor engagement, strengthen market... Read More →
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Intel

Creating and extending computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on Earth--that's our vision, is it yours? We are changing the world at Intel. Through our technical innovation, our endless efforts in education, environmental sustainability, healthcare, and much, much more.  | | The range of computing products based on Intel® architecture goes beyond PCs and servers and extends to phones, tablets, consumer... Read More →
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Microsoft

Microsoft focuses our resources around the world to create opportunities in the communities where we do business, fulfilling our commitment to make a positive impact on the world through innovative technologies, partnerships, giving programs and community outreach.
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NetHope

NetHope empowers committed organizations to change the world through the power of technology. By facilitating collaboration between NetHope’s nonprofit members, foundations, and tech sponsors, NetHope is a catalyst for productive innovation and problem-solving in humanitarian and conservation work. Since its founding in 2001, NetHope has grown to represent 43 international NGOs working on some of the world’s toughest challenges... Read More →

Panelists
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Phillippa Biggs

Coordinator, Broadband Commission for Digital Development, International Telecommunication Union
Phillippa Biggs is an economist and qualified accountant at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) since 2005. She holds a Natural Sciences degree from Cambridge University, an accountancy qualification from the ICAEW and a Master’s degree in Economics for Development from Oxford University, where she won the Oxford University Prize for Best Overall Performance in her Masters degree, as well as two diplomas (in both Economics and... Read More →
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Charles Brigham

Account Manager, Esri
Prior to joining ESRI, Charles Brigham worked as Knowledge and Technology Lead for the World Bank’s PNPM Mandiri Support Facility in Indonesia. Charles has focused on Social Accountability and Open Data in Indonesia and within the World Bank, extending these resources to empower Indonesian village communities to participate in the planning process and project implementation, with the overall goal of accelerating poverty reduction. Charles... Read More →
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Jim Daniell

COO, Oxfam America
You can find me at Jim.Daniell@Oxfam.org. My key interests are around re-imagining the NGO of the future. At this summit, I am hoping see as many old friend and make lots of new friends. I also want to survive election night,: For a short bio: see my LinkedIn Profile.
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Kate Krukiel

Technology Partnership Advisor, International Organizations, Worldwide Public Sector, Microsoft
Kate Krukiel joined Microsoft in 2006 and is currently the Technology Advisor for Partnerships for the United Nations International Organizations. In this role she is responsible for developing the key strategic objectives, mission-related partnerships and solution strategies across the United Nations and other NGOs. In addition, Kate is a key advisor to top-level UN technology stakeholders. Kate’s position allows her to extend Microsoft’s... Read More →
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Lauren Woodman

Chief Executive Officer, NetHope
Lauren Woodman is the Chief Executive Officer of NetHope, where she drives the organization’s aggressive movement to put advanced connective technologies in the hands of nonprofits whose work can be magnified by its power. It is her primary goal to spark the tech world’s interest in the NGO community and the developing world, all in the name of harnessing technology to advance humanitarian work worldwide.Lauren’s entire career has been... Read More →

Tuesday November 3, 2015 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Auditorium III

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