Find out who’s coming to the AVPN 2016 Conference

In working towards AVPN’s mission of channeling resources effectively into the social impact sector, we have created the AVPNConference Connector to allow members and stakeholders to make meaningful connections efficiently.

The Connector is preloaded with the delegate database for the conference. Within this system, you will find a searchable database on available delegate profiles, annotated with relevant information where available on where they are currently based, their geographic focus areas in Asia, and the beneficiary groups they cater to.


For AVPN members, we’ll be happy to help you with an introduction. In the profile page of the relevant contact, just click on the button that says “Ask AVPN for an introduction” and we’ll take care of the rest!

Access the AVPN Conference Connector today.

You will need to login using the email address associated with your conference registration (i.e. the email address that you’re receiving this notification on). If you need help resetting your password, you can click on this password reset link or simply reply to this email to let us know.

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About Kevin Teo

Kevin Teo is Managing Director of AVPN’s Knowledge Centre. Prior to that, he was a Co-Founder of Volans, a Social Innovation company with offices in London and Singapore. Kevin was previously Head of East and Southeast Asia at the Schwab Foundation of Social Entrepreneurship and Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum. Prior to that, Kevin had a nine year stint in the enterprise software arena in Silicon Valley, Irvine and Austin. This included work at two Sequoia Capital startups that were acquired by Sun Microsystems and Symantec respectively. Kevin is a Trustee of the Southeast Asian Service Leadership Network (SEALNet), a non-profit he co-founded in 2004. Kevin graduated from Carnegie Mellon University with an MS in Information Networking, and holds a BEng with Honors in Computing from Imperial College, London.