Transnational NGO Initiative presents: Collaboration and Management
341 Eggers Hall
Transnational NGO Initiative Presents: Collaboration and Management: Expatriates and Host Country Nationals in Transnational NGOs
So you’ve landed your dream job at an international non-profit: How do you work most productively with your colleagues? Ensuring a healthy work environment amongst work colleagues is important in development programs. However, often power dynamics and lack of cultural understanding may prevent constructive collaboration between national and expatriate staff.
The panel of NGO practitioners (who may also happen to be your classmates!) will address practitioner experience in maneuvering within the power structures of transnational NGOs and will give sound advice in resolving recurrent issues within management of transnational NGOs.
Annie SheriaMsosais a Fulbright scholar. She has over 12 years professional experience in the field of humanitarian development with GOAL, Plan International, Habitat for Humanity International, and Action Aid International.
Idris Jonmamadovis a Fulbright scholar from Tajikistan. Prior to Maxwell School he worked mainly in the development sector in his home country. Idris worked in the microfinance sector, a USAID funded educational project, Internews Network and the World Bank in Tajikistan.
Sadie Conradhas 4 years of experience working abroad.While serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Botswana from 2009-2011, she managed clinical HIV/AIDS programs and also worked with a local non-profit women’s shelter.
Carlo Abuyuana former Peace Corps volunteer in Kenya, has six years of experience working with non-profits. Most recently, he worked for two years at a microenterprise and health prevention non-profit in Kenya.
Lunch will be provided.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
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