Executive Education Programs Presents:
EMPA Candidate Enrique Rubio
"How to Foster Partnerships Among the Private Sector, NGOs and Communities in Developing Countries to Help People Overcome Poverty: the Case of Venezuela and Other Latin Countries”
The partnership between key societies' stakeholders can contribute and help people overcome poverty through combined corporate social iniatiatives, social and business entrepreneurship programs. How these partnerships contribute to build strong democracies, fostering economic and social stability in developing countries will be explored via the experience in Venezuela and other Latin American countries.
Enrique Rubio is an EMPA candidate with an interest in public policy and social development with a focus on utilizing social capital in order to build stronger communities through entrepreneurial activities. He is a founding partner and president of a management consulting firm whose focus is on non-profit and social and economic organizations. Mr. Rubio is also National Projects Coordinator for the Venezuelan Green Party where he is in charge of social and ecological project design and evaluation.
Tuesday, November 1st
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
204 Maxwell Hall
Peer to peer is a series for Executive Masters in Public Administration students to share issues, problems or successes with their fellow students. Each student guest speaker will speak for about 20-30 minutes and then we will have a 20-30 minute discussion time. This event is open to all students.
Lunch will be provided at the start of the event. Please RSVP to Kristina Donzella, email@example.com by Friday, October 28th.