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Speaking

I love sharing knowledge and learning, so I seldom employ a 'PowerPoint' lecture style of presentations. The only exceptions might be high-level meetings with conservative government officials, and even then, I try to be creative and engage everyone. My facilitation skills kick in so that the audience is truly participating, and we learn from everyone else as well. Below is a list of selected speaking engagements: 
Lecturer, NGO Management and Law and Development, Makerere University Business School, Kampala, Uganda, 2010-2011 

Guest Lecturer, Law and Development, Haas School of Business and Management, UC Berkeley, California, 2010

Guest Lecturer, Executive Master Programme in e-Governance, Beijing Univeristy and Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Beijing, China and Lausanne, Switzerland, 2007

Initiatives in e-Government, e-Justice and e-Law”, eAsia2007: Opportunities for Digital Asia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2007

mGovernance: Case Study in the Philippines”, m-Serve Asia 2007, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2007

50 Ways to Lose Your International Donor: The Telecenter Movement ", Indian Telecenter Forum 2006, New Delhi, India, 2006

Guest Lecturer, ICT4D Program, Center for Internet Studies/Center for Information and Society, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 2006

International Perspectives on e-Government- eLaw, eDemocracy and eParticipation”, Vision 2010 in India, New Dehli, India 2006

Emerging Technologies in eGovernance- eLaw, eJustice, eLearning4Judges”, eGov Asia 2006, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006

Leadership Reflections in eGovernment”, eGov Asia 2006, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006

eGovernance for Law, Governance and Civil Society: Best Practices in Law, Policy and Implementation”, Technical Assistance  for  the Information and Communication Authority, Ulan Bator, Mongolia 2005

Community Internet and Information Centers”, Cooperative Strategy and Ad Hoc Decision Making, Institute of the Future, Palo Alto, USA 2005

ICT for Development: Models of Partnership”, Higher Education, Information Technology and Sustainable Development, Manila, Philippines 2005

eGoverment Implementation: Lessons Learnt”, 2004 Asia-Pacific Government  Summit, Shangri-La Singapore, 2004

Evaluation and Impact of the use of ICT in Human Rights NGO”, ICT and Human Rights Colloquium, Boston, USA 2004

Strategic Technology Planning & Integration”, e-Philanthropy Conference: From a Connected World to an Engaged World, Oakland USA, 2003

Technology Planning for International NGOs”, International Medical Corps, Los Angeles, USA 2002

International Development & Humanitarian Aid Actors”, University of Washington, Seattle, USA 2002

Designing a Movement for a Better Safer World”, Evans School of Public Affairs, Seattle, USA 2002

Major Issues In Afghanistan Post 9/11”, NGO Leaders Post 9/11 Meeting, Pocantico Hills, USA 2002

Managing International NGOs”, University of Washington, Seattle, USA 2000

HIV/AIDS in Rural Thailand”, CARE International, Atlanta GA, USA 1999

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