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Business + Education + Law + LATAM: The Role of NGOs and Nonprofits in Addressing the Education Divide

Wednesday, March 10, 2021
3:00pm - 4:15pm
Zoom (meeting link and additional information will be emailed after completing registration)

Note: This program takes place at 3:00pm US Pacific.

Non-profit and non-governmental education organizations cultivate opportunities to make education accessible and equitable for communities across Latin America. In the midst of COVID-19, how are these organizations serving their students? How do partnerships, changes in service delivery, and local and national contexts influence their abilities to educate today’s learners during difficult times? Join us for this roundtable conversation featuring law, education, and business alumni.

Featuring the following alumni panelists:

  • Juan Manuel Gonzalez, MBA '16 | CEO of Enseña Por México / Teach For Mexico
  • Julia Moreira, MA/MBA ’09 | Director of Alfa Fundacion
  • Felipe Costa Rodrigues Neves, LLM ’19 | Founder and President, Projeto Constituição na Escola
  • Diego Ontaneda, MBA ’18 | Co-Founder and CEO, Latin American Leadership Academy (LALA)
  • Ana Paula Pereira, MA ’19 | CEO at Instituto Sonho Grande, Brazilian Education NGO

This panel is the second of a year-long series looking at the intersection of education and business across Latin America, examining existing disparities and enterprising pathways to support student learning and success.

GSE Current and Deferred Students: Please email mmansure@stanford.edu to register for this event.

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