Panel: Engaging Generation Now

White House Summit on Global Development - July 20, 2016

This session focused on investing in and partnering with young people who will help us solve some of the world's biggest problems. With global youth populations concentrated in the least developed countries in the world, providing young people with the tools they need to succeed-education, leadership skills, entrepreneurial values-is a sustainable development solution. Through U.S. programs and initiatives, such as the Young Leaders Initiatives and Let Girls Learn, we have engaged hundreds of thousands of extraordinary young people dedicated to being changemakers in their communities and countries.

Moderator: Dana J. Hyde, CEO, Millennium Challenge Corporation

Panelists: Luthando Chris Vuba, Assistant Director for Integrated Government Planning, Department of Transport and Public Works, Cape Town, South Africa
Marwa Moaz, Co-founder and Managing Director of El Mashroua LLC, and Middle East/North Africa Regional Director for Bamyan Media
Christiana Ana Lang, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer in Thailand
Shannon Green, Director and Senior Fellow, Human Rights Initiative, Center for Strategic and International Studies

Last updated: December 05, 2019

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