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Less than 30 seats remain for the 2016 AVPN Conference! 

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Capacity Building Workshop in Hong Kong 

Capacity Building is fundamentally about channelling resources to improve an organisation’s effectiveness. AVPN has curated a series of case studies on how resource providers have applied and supported capacity building efforts across Asia, bringing a multi-faceted view to how resources can be catalysed and leveraged to deliver greater social impact.
To this end, this workshop offers participants the possibility to step out of their daily practice, reflect on other practices, interact with their peers and enhance their own strategy.

More details on the workshop structure can be found HERE.

Wonyoung Kim 
Managing Director
POWERHOUSE, CREVISSE PARTNERS
Joan Shang 
Senior Associate
RS Group 
Kensuke Sasaki 
Manager, Incubation Programs
ETIC 
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About Christina Valentine

Christina Kemper Valentine is a Junior Associate at AVPN. Prior to joining the team, she was an Innovation Fellow at the Institute for Education headquartered in Washington, D.C. Her fellowship focused on designing and promoting a University of Southern California Free Summer Coding Camp initiative, which aims to increase STEM exposure through computer programming regardless of gender, ethnicity, or family income. Christina graduated at the top of her class from the University of Southern California in 2015 with a BA in International Relations and Religion. She also spent time studying abroad at the University of St Andrews and the University of Cape Town, where she pursued her varied interests in business, social and community development.