Time: June 7, 2010 at 7am to June 8, 2010 at 9pm
Location: Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown Hotel
Street: 999 Ninth Street, NW
City/Town: Washington, D.C.
Website or Map: http://www.marriott.com/hotel…
Event Type: conference, &, awards, dinner
Organized By: David Stearns
Latest Activity: Feb 18, 2010
This June, we invite you to join an uncommon cross-section of leaders from business, governments and donor agencies gathering in Washington, D.C. You’ll be part of a hands-on event on big strategies, big programs and big partnerships—but with a calculated focus on the practical steps you can take to advance global health.
It’s called Work Smarter: Global Health Action. Speakers include President Obama’s ambassador for global women’s issues; the head of the Global Fund; and high-level executives from foundations and companies united by an interest in improving global health.
>> Register for the conference
Our 2009 conference earned top ratings, and established Global Health Action as a must-attend event for taking action and getting things done. This year, we’ve kept the substantive, accessible content and increased the networking opportunities, so you’ll have plenty of time to connect with potential partners and funders.
Also this year, a new all-access pass includes admission to both the conference and our high-profile awards dinner. Influential speakers from past events have included Bill Clinton, Bono, Ban Ki-Moon, Fareed Zakaria and Richard Branson. Join us and become part of the growing movement of business joining forces with civil society and government.
Special thanks to the Chevron Corporation, our platinum sponsor.
>> Registration is now open
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For more information, please visit http://conference.gbcimpact.org. You also can get updates on plenary sessions, presenters, keynote speakers and more by joining our Work Smarter: Global Health Action fan page on Facebook.