Explore how digital technology is transforming how people around the world access information, goods, and services worldwide during the Digital Adoption in the Developing World event. In this compelling panel discussion, experts from across academia, government and industry will discuss the digital transformation impact on USAID, its mission and the associated challenges.
Join us virtually on Tuesday, April, 19th from 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EST, to hear from:
• Michelle Parker, Digital Strategy Lead at U.S. Agency for International Development
• Judy Schnurr, Senior Solution Architect, Federal Civilian CTO Office, GDIT
• Aasit Nanavati, Adjunct Professor, Digital Development, George Washington University and Director of Strategic Partnership at DevResults
• Paul Chandler (moderator), Sr. Director, GDIT
The Digital Adoption in the Developing World event is part of the Technology and Diplomacy series hosted by GDIT and The George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs. The series brings together industry, academia, and government to discuss important transnational issues that impact our national security and the vital diplomatic interest of the United States.
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