The Milken Innovation Center and Blum Lab for Developing Economies Global Fellows program enrolls fellows around the world to work with in-country partners in Israel and abroad (Governments, business, Non- Governmental Organizations (NGOs), local authorities and development finance organizations) to solve various development challenges across agriculture/food, water, energy, education, housing, finance and health by blending development finance with technological solutions.
As part of its objectives of providing capacity building opportunities to its Global fellows, Milken Innovation Center and Blum Lab for Developing Economies we launched the Global Fellowship Orientation Training. The orientation training is billed to inspire, equip, and invest in the career development goals and Project Implementation Plans(PIPs) of fellows through thematic- focused workshops, discussions and case study examination.
The Speakers billed for the Orientation workshop include:
Prof. Glenn Yago, Senior Director, Milken Innovation Center
Dr. Aliza Inbal, Director, Pears Program for Global Innovation
Dr. Shmuel Abramzon- Chief Economist Office, Ministry of Finance
Tamir Huberman, Founder Tamir Insights
Zafrir Assaf, Former Director of Emerging Markets, Ministry of Economy
Jeremy Bentley, Director, Citi Israel; Hackim Abdul, Director, Citi-London
Bonnie Glick- Former Deputy Director, U. S. Agency for International Development(USAID)
Anat Carmel, International Development, Israel Prime Minister’s Office
Daniela Kandel, Director of Innovation Bridges, Start-Up Nation Central
The Orientation Training holds thus:
Date: March 15- 17, 2021
Training Location: Zoom
For further enquiries, please contact Orly Movshovitz- Landskroner on telephone on 052-847465 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org