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04may10:00 am10:15 amBreakout rooms: Global diversityAnna Winoto (Indonesia), Dr. Nduka Iwuchukwu (Nigeria), Elizabeth Kellogg (USA), Mona Abdeljawad (Jordan), Moderator: Roslyn Brock (USA), 10:00 am - 10:15 am(GMT-04:00) View in my time

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  • “Operationalizing EDIA in project offices” – Anna Winoto, Indonesia Country Representative and Strategic Adviser, Abt Associates (Indonesia)
    • How have you operationalized EDIA in programs in your projects and programs? How did you frame issues of inequality and bias in the local context?
    • What challenges did you run into, if any, operationalizing DEI in your project offices, and how did you address those?
  • “Why male allyship is key to EDIA efforts”- Dr. Nduka Iwuchukwu, Chief of Party, VectorLink Zambia, Abt Associates (Nigeria)
    • To the women in the audience – tell us how a male ally helped advance your career.
    • What are some ways men can be good allies?  
  • “Ensuring workplace inclusion for LGBTQ+ employees”- Elizabeth Kellogg MA, PMP, Global Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility Lead, Abt Associates (USA)
    • How does your organization support LGBTQ+ employees? Has it used a different approach in the ‘head office’ vis-a-vis field/country offices?
    • What can organizations do better to celebrate SOGI diversity?
  • “Why disability inclusion is key to EDIA efforts”- Mona Abdeljawad, Chief of Party, USAID Local Health System Sustainability Project (Jordan)
    • What are your experiences with disability inclusion in your organization? 
    • How can we ensure that disability inclusion is not treated as an afterthought in DEI/EDIA efforts?

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Time

May 4(Thursday) 10:00am - 10:15am(GMT-04:00)

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Speakers for this event

  • Anna Winoto

    Anna Winoto

    Indonesia Country Representative and Strategic Adviser, Abt Associates (Indonesia)

    Abt Associates

      Anna Winoto has more than 20 years of experience leading and managing complex development programs in Indonesia. Her areas of expertise include public health and nutrition, social protection, child protection, decentralized service delivery, and community-led development. Anna has a proven solid track record in leading diverse, multidisciplinary teams. She is a skilled facilitator of multi-stakeholder partnerships. She has worked with the national governments of Australia and Indonesia and with UNICEF.

      Indonesia Country Representative and Strategic Adviser, Abt Associates (Indonesia)

    • Dr. Nduka Iwuchukwu

      Dr. Nduka Iwuchukwu

      Chief of Party, VectorLink Zambia, Abt Associates (Nigeria)

      Abt Associates

        Nduka Iwuchukwu is a Medical Doctor with more than 30 years of experience in clinical care, public health, safety, environment, and innovation management. He has provided technical assistance to National Malaria Control Programs in Nigeria, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, and Guatemala. He has developed several innovations in malaria vector control including indoor residual spraying (IRS) supervision and monitoring tools, field operational protocols, and novel designs for implementing community-based IRS operations.
        Iwuchukwu is currently the chief of party of the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) VectorLink Project in Zambia, which implements IRS and entomological monitoring and supports the distribution of insecticide-treated bednets. He supervises six senior management staff and leads a field workforce of 21,000 people. They are responsible for protecting about three million persons from malaria annually in Zambia. Under his leadership, between 2018 and 2022, the project’s annual spray coverage improved from 90 percent to 99 percent and the proportion of female IRS staff increased from 28 percent to 47 percent. The team strengthened sustainable local capacity in entomologic monitoring by ensuring equipment, training, and mentorship were accessible to community-level participants.
        Iwuchukwu previously served as the chief of party for the PMI Africa Indoors Residual Spraying (AIRS) projects in Tanzania and Nigeria. He also worked as an AIRS regional operations advisor and operations manager, providing subject matter expertise on IRS planning and implementation.
        Prior to joining Abt, Iwuchukwu was executive director for Environment and Health Nigeria Ltd., which implemented turn-key health and environment projects for governments and private sector clients such as the Wildlife Hazards Assessment of the four major international airports in Nigeria (Lagos, Abuja, Kano, Port Harcourt). The assessment report led to the successful certification of the four airports by the International Civil Aviation Organization

        Chief of Party, VectorLink Zambia, Abt Associates (Nigeria)

      • Elizabeth Kellogg, MA, PMP

        Elizabeth Kellogg, MA, PMP

        Global Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Lead, Abt Associates (USA)

        Abt Associates

          Global DEIA Manager and certified PMP passionate about the intersection of visual media, education, and social impact. Completed MA thesis on Depictions of Underrepresented Populations in Film and Television.

          Global Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Lead, Abt Associates (USA)

        • Mona Abdeljawad

          Mona Abdeljawad

          Chief of Party, USAID Local Health System Sustainability Project (Jordan)

            Mona Abdeljawad has more than 20 years of experience managing development projects in health, reproductive health, development, and human rights. Her educational background is in human rights law from the University of Oxford, and she has focused on disability rights. Mona participated in drafting the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) and served as the assistant secretary general of the Higher Council on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Mona has worked with Abt for the past five years and currently manages the $20 million LHSS Jordan Project. Under her leadership, the project supports the implementation of the country’s continuous professional development program and spearheads USAID’s efforts to support the Ministry of Health (MOH) in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Mona has guided such initiatives as supporting the MOH’s launch of tele-counselling services and a COVID-19 training platform and training more than 13,000 Health Care Providers in the public and private sector.

            Chief of Party, USAID Local Health System Sustainability Project (Jordan)

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