The first annual conference occurred on Saturday, February 9, 2013
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- Part 1 (Audio only / Audio with slides) - D-Lab founder Amy Smith welcomed the speakers and attendees to the webinar, and provided perspective on the evolution of international development at MIT, followed by the keynote, delivered by Krista Donaldson, chief executive officer of D-Rev, a nonprofit product development company whose mission is to improve the health and incomes of people living on less than $4 a day.
- Part 2 (Audio only / Audio with slides) - The Drawing Inspiration Panel included four speakers from relatively mature social enterprises included Toshi Nakamura, co-founder of Kopernik; Kate Montgomery, director of global partnerships at d.light; Anand Narayan, director of SELCO Labs; and David Reich, founder and CEO of Assured Labor. The Q&A segment also includes additional insights from Krista Donaldson.
- Part 3 (Audio only / Audio with slides) - The Applying Lessons Learned panel where panelists representing younger enterprises included Khalida Brohi, founder of Sughar; Kenfield Griffith, co-founder of mSurvey; and Jodie Wu founder of Global Cycle Solutions, moderated by Joost Bonsen of MIT's Media Lab Entrepreneurship Program.
Anyone who runs a venture in a low- or middle-income country knows about complexities of achieving scale. This is an opportunity to explore strategies, models and resources that will help development ventures as they grow.
Our speakers have forged a path in this space and shared success stories to inspire and lessons learned to inform. They come from a variety of industries and operate in markets across the globe, like India, Brazil, Ghana, Indonesia and Tanzania.
In addition, nine rising MIT teams introduced their ventures and discuss their efforts to date. You can meet teams here. As an attendee, there was time to broaden networks, share what you know and learn from applied wisdom.
- Members of the MIT community that are interested in learning more about this area
- Individuals beyond the MIT community working in the field who want to broaden their knowledge and network
- Teams led by MIT students, faculty and staff that are working to scale their social impact endeavor.
The conference occurred on Saturday, February 9, 2013, 10:30am - 1:00pm
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