At ICV Washington, D.C. 2017: Bridging the Gap, we will deliver diverse content to Family Offices and Private Foundations that are allocating their capital across asset classes; carefully examining the interconnected risks that may disrupt a well-thought-out portfolio designed for future generations; and, improving the wellbeing of humankind through their philanthropy.

Investment Community Visibility is building a community of extraordinary individuals, who, by virtue of their wealth, knowledge and caring, can advance corporate responsibility, capitalize businesses at significant levels, and influence systemic change in the world.

ICV Washington, D.C. 2017: Bridging the Gap will present opportunities for positive change.

Private Foundation Closed-Door Roundtable Discussion
  • Preserving a Legacy
  • Engaging Youth in Family Philanthropy; Creating Effective Next Generation Boards
  • The Dynamics of Sharing Decision-Making Among Family Members
  • Governance & Operations
  • Advancing the Common Good
  • Trends in Family Philanthropy
  • Measuring Impact
  • Seeking External Help


Our Legacy: What Do We Do After The Reset?

A discussion on how to position yourself, loved ones and community for a positive tomorrow by taking prudent action today. While we do not have a crystal ball, and cannot predict exactly when the next major economic crisis will hit, when it comes to preparations, it is better to be a year early than a day late once it is obvious to everyone that concrete actions need to be taken, and options for doing so will be much more limited. Attendee will learn about possible solutions that may be leveraged to increase resiliency to future events, or to encourage others to do the same.


An ‘Aftershock’ Update

Did you lose money in the financial crisis of 2008? Or the rollercoaster ride of summer 2011? Are you “underwater” in your mortgage or your home has lost value? Do your dollars buy less at the grocery store and the gas pump? Are you worried about the safety of your money, job, and investments? For those who act quickly and correctly, there is still time to protect yourself, your family, and your business in the coming Aftershock.

  • Robert Wiedemer, Best-Selling Author of “Aftershock: The Next Economy and America’s Future”, a New York Times and Wall Street Journal Bestseller. Robert also co-wrote the Wall Street Journal bestseller The Aftershock Investor (2nd edition released in November 2013). Combined, all of Robert’s books have sold nearly 1 million copies. Aftershock has also received widespread international interest. It has become a bestseller in Korea and has been translated into Chinese and Japanese. Aftershock and America’s Bubble Economy have been the subject of articles in the major press including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, The Hedge Fund Journal, Euromoney, Barrons, Reuters, AP, and others. Robert speaks to groups of investors, financial analysts and economists including the New York Hedge Fund Roundtable, the World Bank, various CFA societies, the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command, and the National Press Club. He is a frequent commentator on TV including CNBC and Fox Business News.

Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Forecast

Economic experts discuss the extremely serious challenges that exist to our economy and our future prosperity, and provide guidance on how to take concrete action to reduce our vulnerability to these forces.


  • Bradley Belt, former Executive Director and CEO of the U.S. Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. (PBGC) / Vice Chairman of Orchard Global Capital, previously served in the Administration of President George W. Bush as Executive Director and CEO of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, where he was responsible for leading the federal pension insurance program and overseeing a $60 billion investment portfolio. He also was appointed by President Bush to serve on the Social Security Advisory Board. Mr. Belt has held other executive and senior staff positions in the public, private and non-profit sectors, including as Senior Managing Director of the Milken Institute, chairman of Palisades Capital Management LLC, and counsel to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Senate Banking Committee.

A Conversation with Ambassador James Woolsey and Nancye Miller

Globalization and new communications have bought unprecedented opportunities over the past four decades, but they have also ushered in a new era of interconnected risk. Conflicts that were once on the periphery of investor calculations now have the potential to cause serious disruption to otherwise well-thought out investment plans. Experts discuss the nature of challenges we face today, and how to respond to and contain these global risks.


  • Nancye Miller, CEO of Opportunities Development Group, a strategic consulting firm enabling global businesses, governments and non-profit organizations to meet their core objectives, maximizing impact in a rapidly changing and competitive global market.
  • Ambassador James Woolsey, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), served in the U.S. Government on five different occasions, where he held Presidential appointments in two Republican and two Democratic administrations. He is a Venture Partner with Lux Capital Management. Ambassador Woolsey also Chairs the Board of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. He currently chairs the Strategic Advisory Group of the Washington, D.C. private equity fund, Paladin Capital Group, chairs the Advisory Board of the Opportunities Development Group, and he is Of Counsel to the Washington, D.C. office of the Boston-based law firm, Goodwin Procter. In the above capacities he specializes in a range of alternative energy and security issues.


Sustainable Development:  Time for Global Action

Aside from the obvious benefits of addressing the world’s biggest challenges, it is also a great investment. Targeting the Global Goals for Sustainable Development is a multi-trillion dollar opportunity. Learn how businesses can do well and do good by achieving the UN Global Goals.


  • Roberta Baskin is Executive Director of AIM2Flourish, the world’s first global initiative steering future business leaders towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and a flourishing world for all. With AIM2Flourish, she’s now helping students around the world discover and share untold positive stories about business innovations for good and help achieve the UN Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Roberta has won more than 75 journalism awards including prestigious Peabodys, duPont Columbia Awards, and multiple Emmy Awards. As a result of her investigations, she’s made beer healthier, exposed sweatshops in the shoe and soccer industries, uncovered pediatric dental abuses, and succeeded in banning dangerous products. Baskin has served as the Executive Director of the Center for Public Integrity, the senior Washington correspondent for “NOW with Bill Moyers,” senior investigative producer for the ABC News magazine “20/20,” chief investigative correspondent for the CBS News magazine “48 Hours,” and contributed special reports to the “CBS Evening News.” Her proudest achievements are the wrongs she righted, especially transforming the way companies do business.

United Nations Foundation:  Building a Sustainable and Strategic Organization

It takes all nations and all sectors to make progress on the most important and far-reaching international challenges. The UN Foundation is an advocate for the UN and a platform for connecting people, ideas and resources to help the United Nations solve global problems.


  • Mary-Frances Wain serves as Executive Director of Philanthropic Investments for the United Nations Foundation. As the organization’s chief engagement officer for individuals and families, Mary-Frances works with philanthropists who wish to have a global impact by supporting the work of the United Nations. Mary-Frances joined UNF in February 2012 and has more than 20 years of not-for-profit management experience with successful track record of “matchmaking” donors with effective agents of the change they wish to make in the world. Mary-Frances has specific expertise in organizational sustainability and resource development for initiatives focused on at-risk audiences. Mary-Frances previously served as Vice President of Philanthropy for the Make-A-Wish Foundation® of the Mid-Atlantic. Mary-Frances also headed a nonprofit consulting company specializing in organizational capacity building, with a portfolio including the Choice Hotels International Foundation, the Pentagon Memorial Fund, The Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, the Center for Alexandria’s Children, Cultural Tourism DC, and Higher Achievement. Mary-Frances also served as executive director of Suited for Change, a Washington, DC based nonprofit that provides professional clothing and coaching to low-income women seeking employment, and as director of corporate relations for the National Museum of Women in the Arts, community relations manager for Neiman Marcus, and education manager for the American Advertising Federation, where she helped to establish the American Advertising Foundation to focus on minority scholarships. Mary-Frances is an alumnus of Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and is an active member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. She regularly speaks at industry conferences and events and serves on advisory committees and boards for several DC-area NGOs. She is an avid runner, plays mandolin banjo, and resides in Washington, DC with her husband, their 10-year old son and his two-year-old labradoodle.

Investing in Innovation

Innovation and technology is changing the way development work is done around the world. Learn about the best practices of the traditional approaches of development and how to overlay modern approaches to achieve greater results.


  • Alexis Bonnell is the Chief of Applied Innovation & Acceleration in the U.S. Global Development Lab, of USAID, one of the premier Innovation Labs in the development industry. She serves as a key spokesperson and “Innovation Evangelist” across the industry driving innovation and modernization. Over her career, Bonnell has developed and delivered over a billion dollars of innovative humanitarian and development programming in over 25 conflict, post-conflict and emergency countries, in almost every sector from education to stabilization, for more than 30 international bilateral donors, 10 U.N. agencies, the military and the private sector. With more than 20 years of experience in management and communications, Bonnell has worked with: Wall Street and “dot.coms,” and on projects such as the Middle East Peace Plan, Afghan and Iraqi elections, tsunami response, Pakistan and Haiti earthquakes, over 500 construction projects, and major logistics operations. After years of working overseas, Bonnell returned to the United States with USAID as the senior adviser on business transformation and knowledge management. She then served as the Chief of Engagement for the Office of Education, where she helped shape the USAID Education Strategy. Prior to her career in development, Bonnell worked as director of marketing for the Internet Trade Association, where she helped Wall Street and the corporate world understand the impact that the Internet, innovation and technology would have on business, customers and society. She is co-author of the book “Get your Dream Job.” Bonnell received a dual major in advertising and public relations from Pepperdine University, where she later returned as a professor. She also received a global executive Master’s Degree in business administration from Kellogg Northwestern and a Master’s Degree in direct and interactive media from New York University.




The World Bank Group:  Working for a World Free of Poverty

The World Bank Group has two ambitious goals: End extreme poverty within a generation and boost shared prosperity. Learn about the inclusive businesses which are valuable pieces of the puzzle to help achieve these goals.


  • Diane Carol Damskey is Adviser for the Chief Financial Officer at the World Bank Group, an international financial institution that provides loans to developing countries for capital programs.
  • Eriko Ishikawa, Global Head of Inclusive Business at the International Finance Corporation, an international financial institution that offers investment, advisory, and asset management services to encourage private sector development in developing countries. Eriko has led teams to provide technical assistance and advisory services to IFC corporate clients to strengthen their local supply chain and provide access to finance in emerging markets (Peru, Brazil, India, Mozambique). She has also worked with companies in emerging markets to capture their operational impact on the BOP and has co-authored several publications on this topic. She has been the project manager for a series of private sector BOP roundtables organized by IFC and the Harvard Kennedy School – the Rio Roundtable (2008) and the Jaipur Roundtable in (2009) – and the multi-stakeholder event on Inclusive Business Solutions in DC (2010). Eriko has also worked for the Southern Europe Central Asia region, at IFC on real sector as well as financial sector projects: agribusiness, global manufacturing, SME credit lines and microfinance investments in Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and the Kyrgyz Republic). Prior to joining IFC, she was a Vice President for international corporate finance at Citibank in New York, covering Latin American and Japanese clients. She was born in Japan, grew up in Brazil, and has been educated in the US. She holds an M.B.A. degree from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and an A.B. and M. Ed. degrees from Harvard University. When she is not trekking through the rainforest in Brazil, the tribal communities in India, or Mozambican back roads for work, her main hobby is scuba diving – the Red Sea, Micronesia, South Pacific, Okinawa and the Caribbean are her favorite spots so far.

Bridging the Gap

By working together, the political and financial worlds can drive development. A discussion about how to overcome key barriers to investment in the SDGs by the finance community.


  • Carole Wainaina is the Assistant Secretary General for Human Resources Management at the United Nations. Prior to this appointment of 25 September 2014 by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Ms. Wainaina was Chief Human Resources Officer and a member of the Executive Committee at Royal Philips in the Netherlands. Ms. Wainaina has extensive experience in various areas of management including human resources strategy, leadership development, change management and driving organizational transformation. She has held high-level positions with Royal Philips and Coca-Cola. She started her career as a consultant with Pricewaterhouse Coopers in Kenya.
  • Robert Smith entered Wall Street with lessons passed down from four generations of family members who worked in the investment industry before him. Over the course of his career, he managed sales and trading teams at leading financial institutions, and built capital markets and international equities businesses. In 2014, Robert founded ICV to bring together his network of family offices and fund investors to evaluate opportunities that create a social impact beyond a financial return. He serves as Business Strategy Advisor to New Frontier Bio, which leverages the long-term involvement of the Kennedy family in health care. Robert serves as Senior Advisor for Fundraising and Partnerships to the Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates. He serves on the boards of Childhood Cancer Kids, The Children’s Village, Tuesday’s Children, and The Harmon Foundation.

Corporate Social Responsibility for Achieving the SDGs

Innovation and technology is changing the way development work is done around the world. Learn about the best practices of the traditional approaches of development and how to overlay modern approaches to achieve greater results.


  • Ari Eisenstat is the CEO and Founder of Dream Ventures Global, an idea-stage impact venture fund with the mission of funding the next generation of socially, environmentally, and technologically conscious entrepreneurs. DRÆM VENTURES takes the microfinance model and applies it to venture capital principles. With 12 startups seeded, the fund’s vision is to invest in 1,000 social enterprises working to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Ari was selected to be an International Chamber of Commerce representative to the United Nations during the post-2015 negotiations, and is a member of the UN’s Interagency Working Group for Youth and Gender Equality. He is the cofounder of the “U.N. Entrepreneurship Initiative,” which connects entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs across sectors to innovate for the 2030 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. Reflecting a life mission to develop a new generation of conscious businesses and entrepreneurs devoted to impact investing, Ari regularly delivers the DRÆMATHON Social Venture Creation Workshop to students to some of the world’s leading universities, including Stanford, Harvard, UC Berkeley, MIT and NYU. In addition, he mentors startups with top incubator and accelerator programs. Ari is a serial social entrepreneur, investor, and creative who has led innovation across hedge funds, think tanks, nonprofits, sustainable agriculture, creative incubators, educational organizations, venture capital funds, and art technology. He is a founding member of several philanthropic initiatives that support creative technology, social innovation, and sustainable development.


Where is Healthcare in 2030?

What is going to be obvious 10 years from now that we can start doing today? Forward-thinking leaders challenge us to think about the future of healthcare.


  • David Nikodem, Managing Director and Head of Biopharma Investments of Ally Bridge Group, a global healthcare-focused, multi-strategy investment group with a portfolio of healthcare investments in China, the US and Europe, and of Themes Investment Partners, a China-focused private equity fund. In 2015, Ally Bridge Group, in close collaboration with Wuxi’s founder/chairman/CEO, initiated, led and completed the landmark USD3.3 billion take-private of Wuxi Pharmatech, a leading global life science service company.
  • Greg Simon, former Executive Director of the White House Cancer Moonshot Task Force, a position created by President Barack Obama and for which he was chosen by Vice President Joe Biden in March 2016. As Executive Director, Greg assembled and led a team of eight professionals to support the work of the Vice President in developing and promoting the goals of the Cancer Moonshot in numerous meetings and presentations and to coordinate the work of the Task Force comprised of twenty cabinet and sub-cabinet offices. Over the past nine months Greg and his team worked across the Task Force, academia and the private sector to create over seventy innovative collaborations. On October 17th, 2016, Greg joined the Vice President to present the Cancer Moonshot reports to President Obama in an Oval Office briefing. On December 7, 2016, the passage of the 21st Century Cures Act provided $1.8 billion for the Cancer Moonshot over the next seven years.



Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women:  “The Future We Want”

A panel discussion on women’s economic and political empowerment, including access to decent work, and control over economic, and productive resources and active participation in governance and decision-making.

  • Henriette Kolb is the Head of the Gender Secretariat at the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group. She serves as an advocate for gender equality issues in the private sector and leads a team that works with IFC’s clients to include both women and men as entrepreneurs, employees, consumers, community stakeholders and leaders. Before joining IFC in September 2013, Henriette was the CEO of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, where she remains involved as a senior advisor. Henriette also serves as a member of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s International Council on Women’s Business Leadership. Earlier in her career, Henriette was the UN representative in the Middle East Quartet team advising Tony Blair in Jerusalem. She also worked for the Office of the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process (UNSCO). She has held positions as governance advisor with the European Commission Delegation to Tanzania, the German Technical Cooperation Agency in Germany, and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Tanzania, where she worked on conflict reduction, civic education, and socioeconomic issues in East Africa. Henriette graduated with an MSc in Development Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London and received her MA from Freiburg University, Germany. Henriette is a Bucerius and Hertie summer school alumna and a frequent contributor to blogs hosted by the Council on Foreign Relations, Huffington Post, and Business Fights Poverty.
  • Katherine St. Onge is a Senior Officer of the Calvert Foundation, which enables people to invest for social good. Through the Community Investment Note, the Calvert Foundation connects individual investors with organizations working around the globe, developing affordable housing, creating jobs, protecting the environment, and working in numerous other ways for the social good. As Senior Officer on the Investor Relations team at the Calvert Foundation, Katherine is responsible for managing relationship with individual investors, institutions and financial advisors to increase their understanding of Calvert Foundation’s impact investing product and services. Prior to Calvert Foundation, Katherine worked at the Aspen Institute where she focused on building entrepreneurial and early-stage investment ecosystems in the Middle East and North Africa. She also worked for Louisiana Economic Development, crafting policies and strategies to enhance the state’s economic competitiveness, and Goldman Sachs, managing both equity and fixed-income investment products. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in economics and mathematics from Bucknell University and her M.B.A. from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.



Increasing Empathy through Inspiring Service to Others

Research shows empathy is on the decline and that service to others is the most effective means of restoring and increasing empathy. We have discovered a set of value propositions that engage all members of the community service eco-system for unprecedented participation leading to inspiring more service to others.

  • Craig Young, CEO, CTO & CoFounder of Purposeful Networks, the leading platform to engage communities and deliver real world impact in local communities and around the world. Purposeful Networks’ innovative technology platforms and proven engagement methodology help empower and inspire positive actions by providing meaningful interactions for people of all interest levels. Craig is Board and Executive Committee Member, Education Committee Chair of the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Board Member and Conservation Committee Chair of the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens, Board Member and Past Chair of the American Red Cross Cincinnati Region Chapter, Board Member of the Dan Beard Council, Boy Scouts of America, a Member of National Council of the National Parks Conservation Association, and President of the Craig Young Family Foundation.
Something Big is Coming

Something Big is a traveling multimedia exhibit of Michael Green’s art and Coleman Barks’ translations drawn from their best-selling book, The “Illuminated Rumi.”


  • Michael Green, Founder of Green Barn Studios is making art within a new global context — born as an intuitive, archaic response to the spiritual need at the core of the formidable social, economic and environmental challenges we face today. With his signature blending of art and text, his books include the international best-seller The Illuminated Rumi, The Tolkien Scrapbook, A Hobbit’s Journal, A Hobbit’s Travels, A Walk through the Shire, Zen & the Art of the Macintosh, Unicornis, Welcome to the Planet Earth, The Book of the Dragonstooth, and The Illuminated Prayer. Over 2,500,000 of Michael Green’s books and calendars are currently in print.
Live Music Performance: Grammy Nominee & Songwriters Hall of Fame Inductee J.D. Souther and Special Guest Ida Jenshus
  • J.D. Souther is an American musician, singer-songwriter, and actor who is best known for having written some of the biggest hits for the Eagles, including “Heartache Tonight,” “Best of My Love,” “New Kid in Town,” and “Victom of Love.” He has also collaborated with James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, and Roy Orbison. His biggest hit “You’re Only Lonely” reached #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 and held the #1 spot on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart for five consecutive weeks.
  • Ida Jenshus made her debut in 2008 — her first studio album “Color of the Sun” earned her the Norwegian Grammy for best country album 2008. Her following 2 albums each garnered her additional Norwegian Grammy’s making her the first Norwegian solo artist to win Grammys for their first three albums.

Guests are invited to explore the museum’s themed rooms and secret doors, 60 signed guitars, memorabilia, art and much more before the event begins.




“Perhaps it is Music that will save the world.” – Pablo Casals

In this time of great planetary transition, the world needs a unifying event. Enter EARTH’S CALL, a global benefit concert to connect humanity in common purpose and concerted action. It occurs in Aspen in the year ahead under the Artistic Direction of its Founder, Michael Fitzpatrick and the Musical Direction of Maestro Steven Mercurio. It harnesses Musicians and Messengers of Conscience, musical voices of youth and the indigenous, and the power of the Earth Symphony Orchestra – newly formed for the occasion – to sound the call. It draws on the legacy of music as medicine and music for peace established by Nobel Peace Laureate, Dr. Albert Schweitzer – UN Medal of Peace recipient Pablo Casals – and Bronislaw Huberman, Founder of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. The communion event brings together Musicians and Messengers of Conscience to catalyze a worldwide movement to amplify compassion for each other and heal our common home. The musical event raises awareness, action, and monies.

Attendance to EARTH’S CALL is by-invitation-only and has not been announced to the public. Investment Community Visibility (ICV) is honored to share exclusive news of it within its investment community. Proceeds generated from the EARTH’S CALL benefit concert are directed by the EC Global Brain Trust to areas and organizations in critical need – be they environmental or humanitarian. The EC Global Brain Trust is comprised of the world’s most accomplished individuals from diverse sectors including finance, the environment, renewable energy, education, medicine, and the arts. The Millenia Music Mobile Academy concurrently moves around the world presenting concerts and symposia across its vast network, using music to increase connectivity and raise awareness and monies from region to region. Lead Partners include: Stem for Life Foundation, partnered with The Vatican’s Pontifical Council for Culture, and its STOQ Foundation of Science and Faith; Green Faith; Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE), and ICV.

Earth's call


O Street Museum Foundation

The best thing about any art form (some our greatest artists are scientists) is that it provides an outlet to get your thoughts and ideas into the open, and make them real. But the rewards of art don’t stop with the creative process, for art is an expression of love that has a lasting effect. Since 1980, O Museum in The Mansion has been providing a place where individuals can renew, create and grow. From Civil Rights Activist Mrs. Rosa Parks to homeless Vietnam War Veteran Cordell we provide an inspiring, safe place for heroes and artists alike. O Museum’s unique collections, organic tours, intimate music programs, songwriter workshops, exhibits without walls and literary offerings build hope and invite others to explore their own creativity. Together —and with your help —we can achieve things beyond what we know.

O Museum


Robert Kennedy Human Rights

Robert F. Kennedy’s career in public service was distinguished by his willingness to join local activists in demanding change. Whether aiding the Freedom Riders in Alabama, encouraging anti-Apartheid students in South Africa, or breaking bread with Cesar Chavez in California, Robert Kennedy believed in standing with those who stood against oppression.

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights continues his legacy of joining the brave women and men on the front lines of the struggle for justice. From lawsuits to lesson plans, our programs are designed to empower activists working for change from the ground up.

Robert Kennedy Human Rights



The Mansion on O Street
Address: 2020 O St NW, Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 496-2020

The best thing about any art form (some our greatest artists are scientists) is that it provides an outlet to get your thoughts and ideas into the open, and make them real. But the rewards of art don’t stop with the creative process, for art is an expression of love that has a lasting effect. Since 1980, O Museum in The Mansion has been providing a place where individuals can renew, create and grow. From Civil Rights Activist Mrs. Rosa Parks to homeless Vietnam War Veteran Cordell we provide an inspiring, safe place for heroes and artists alike. O Museum’s unique collections, organic tours, intimate music programs, songwriter workshops, exhibits without walls and literary offerings build hope and invite others to explore their own creativity. Together —and with your help —we can achieve things beyond what we know.


General Session
9:00 9:30 Our Legacy:  What Do We Do After The Reset?  (speaker: Chris Martenson)
9:30 10:00 An 'Aftershock' Update'  (speaker:  Robert Wiedemer)
10:00 10:30 Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Forecast  (speaker:  Bradley Belt)
10:30 10:45 Break
10:45 11:15 Something Big Is Coming  (speaker:  Michael Green)
11:15 11:35 Increasing Empathy through Inspiring Service to Others  (speaker:  Craig Young)
11:35 12:00 Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women: "The Future We Want"  (speakers:  Henriette Kolb & Katherine St. Onge)
12:00 12:15 The Mansion on O Street  (speakers:  H.H. Leonards & Ted Spero)
12:15 1:00 Networking Luncheon | Private Foundation Closed Door Roundtable Discussion
1:00 1:30 Where is Healthcare in 2030?  (speakers:  David Nikodem, PhD & Greg Simon)
1:30 2:00 A Conversation with Ambassador James Woolsey and Nancye Miller 
2:00 2:30 Company Presentation
2:30 2:50 The World Bank Group: Working for a More Sustainable World  (speaker:  Eriko Ishikawa)
2:50 3:05 Break
3:50 4:20 Sustainable Development: Time for Global Action  (speaker:  Roberta Baskin)
3:05 3:25 USAID:  Investing in Innovation  (speaker:  Alexis Bonnell)
3:50 4:20 Corporate Social Responsibility for Achieving the SDGs (speaker: Ari Eisenstat)
4:20 4:45 United Nations Foundation - Building a Sustainable and Strategic Organization  (speaker:  Mary-Frances Wain)
4:45 5:15 Bridging the Gap Between Political and Financial Worlds to Drive Development  (speakers:  Carole Wainaina & Robert Smith)
6:00 9:00 Networking Dinner Reception | Live Music Performance