SAID Annual Conference: Rethinking Reform Innovations in Improving Governance
Date and Time
March 3, 2012 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Open to the public No RSVP required
Panelists John Githongo (keynote speaker) - CEO, Inuka Kenya Trust, Former Permanent Secretary for Government and Ethics to the President at Kenya Larry Diamond (moderator) - Director, Center on Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law at Stanford UniversityStanford University Jonas Moberg - Head of Secretariat at Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Angelo Izama - Ugandan Journalist at Stanford University Robert Klitgaard - Professor at Claremont Graduate University Kavita N. Ramdas - Executive Director, Program on Social Entrepreneurship, Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law at Stanford University Warren Krafchik - Director at International Budget Partnership Muadi Mukenge - Director for Sub-Saharan Africa at The Global Fund for Women Katherine Casey - Professor at Stanford Graduate School of Business Alex Howard (moderator) - Gov 2.0 Correspondent at O'Reilly Media Bryan Sivak - CIO at State of Maryland Abhi Nemani - Director of Strategy at Code of America Jeremy M. Weinstein (moderator) - Senior Fellow at FSI, Stanford University Francis Fukuyama - Oliver Nomellini Senior Fellow at FSI, Stanford University Hajia Amina Mohammed Az-Zubair - Former Senior Special Assistant to the President of Nigeria on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Richard Messick - Senior Public Sector Specialist at The World Bank Stacy Donohue - Director of Investments at Omidyar Network
The Stanford Association for International Development (SAID) and partners present the 2012 SAID Annual Conference entitled, Rethinking Reform: Innovations in Improving Governance. The keynote address will be given by John Githongo, CEO of Inuka Kenya Trust and the former permanent secretary for government and ethics to the president of Kenya. The conference features leading practitioners and academics at the forefront of working to improve governance outcomes worldwide. Panels will explore the following topics; transparency and accountability to fight corruption, grassroots institutional development, ICT for governance, and leadership to build accountable states.
The complete agenda with list of panelists can be found below.