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[주한미국대사관공보과]USAID 동아시아 태평양 자문관 초청 국제개발협력 간담회 개최

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주한 미국대사관 공보과에서는 아래와 같이 간담회를 진행하고자 합니다. 회원단체 실무자들께서는 많은 관심과 참여 부탁드립니다.


제목 : USAID 동아시아 태평양 자문관 초청 국제개발협력 간담회


일시 : 9 7() 15:00 16:30


장소 : 주한미국대사관 공보과 회의실 (약도 첨부)


초청연사 :

-       Al Dwyer, Principal Regional Advisor for East Asia-Pacific, USAID / OFDA, Bangkok, Thailand (약력 첨부)

-       Justin Sherman, Regional Advisor for East Asia-Pacific, USAID / OFDA, Bangkok, Thailand (약력 첨부)


발표주제 : TBD


진행순서 :

-       15:00 연사소개

-       15:05 발표 (/영 순차통역)

-       15:40 Q&A (/영 순차통역)

-       16:30 종료

 

문의 및 참가신청: 조 건 형 전문위원(011-418-0354, ChoGH@state.gov)

※ 장소가 한정된 관계로 10명의 관계 전문가를 초청할 수 있습니다.

 

 


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Al Dwyer

OFDA Principal Regional Advisor for East Asia and the Pacific

 

Al recently arrived from Nairobi, Kenya where he worked as the OFDA Regional Advisor for East and Central Africa for the last four years.  Prior to Nairobi, Al served as the USAID Food for Peace Officer in Angola (2003-2004) and spent several years in various humanitarian positions with World Vision International throughout Asia, Africa and South America. 

Al and his wife Katia have three sons, John (11), Frank (10) and Alan (7) who are currently finishing up the school year back in Kenya.  The Dwyers reside in Sebastian, Florida. 

 

Justin Sherman

OFDA Regional Advisor for East Asia and the Pacific

 

Arriving in Manila in early May 2010, Justin Sherman is a Regional Advisor for USAIDs Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA). He has a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Tufts University and a Master's Degree in Public Affairs from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School.  After serving with the U.S. Peace Corps in Thailand in the late 1980's, he spent much of the 1990's working with INGO refugee programs on both the Thai-Cambodian and Thai-Burmese borders.  For the past ten years he worked for USAID's Office of Transition Initiatives (OTI), both in Washington, DC and overseas in East Timor, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.