Tag Archives: USAID

Disrupting Global Development by “Making”

Sensors may be small—but they have the power to dramatically alter seemingly intractable global development challenges. Monitoring and tracking environmental quality and air pollution, measuring how infrastructure like water pumps and power lines are working, monitoring water quality, and detecting … Read more >

Footprints and Hand Prints in Emerging Markets

What’s the difference between your company’s footprint and its hand print? I contemplated this deep thought (from Bo Miller at Dow Chemical) and many others today at the inspiring Catalyzing Growth in Emerging Markets event in Washington, DC produced by … Read more >

Profile: Paige Johnson

Paige Johnson, Global Manager of K-12 education for Intel’s Corporate Affairs Group, is responsible for the Intel® Teach Program. A worldwide professional development initiative that helps educators integrate computer technology effectively and promote 21st century skills, this research-proven program has … Read more >

Profile: Shelly Esque

Shelly Esque is a vice president in the Legal and Corporate Affairs group and director of Corporate Affairs for Intel. In this role she oversees a staff that manages corporate social responsibility, education, media relations, government and community affairs programs. … Read more >

Conference as Catalyst: CGI Promotes Connections, Compels Action

I was at the Clinton Global Initiative meeting last week and as I reflected on my time there, two experiences stand out. One is the power of the event itself. CGI brings together people from corporate life, from government, from … Read more >

Intel at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting 2009

This week I’m here in New York participating with the Intel team at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting. It’s my third year here and each time I am thrilled to see the high wattage gathering of government leaders, private … Read more >