Great speakers every month that provoke your mind. How do freebies, sweat equity, and cash shape the sustainability of a development project or program? while participatory community development is the gold standard in international development, this panel considers culturally appropriate and locally viable contribution expectations for long term develpoment effect. Speakers are: Avery Bang, Executive Director of Bridges to Prosperity; Dan Wessner, Regis U and iDE, Joshua Knight, Engineers without Borders USA.
This month will be a special "field trip" (new location this month only) to the Horse barn at the Posner Center for International Development.
This is a free monthly networking forum to discuss how local universities, business, not-for-profit organizations, and governmental agencies have incorporated and defined sustainability in innovative and progressive ways. Attendance is always high and engaged. You can find information on past presentations on the WC web site.
I hope you’ll be able to join us for these fun, informative events. Food, good beer and great conversation!