Priscilla Enner (email@example.com | 202.649.0250)
Margarita Rozenfeld (firstname.lastname@example.org | 703-989-8016)
The International SIG is a dynamic, interactive forum for collective learning and exchange among professionals who are interested in Organization Development, International Development (ID), and Community Development (CD).
The SIG draws on presenters both from within and beyond our participant base, aiming to offer presentations that are experiential, thought-provoking, and connective. Current SIG interest areas include:
• Enhancing Practice and Results
• Expanding Competencies and Connections
• Furthering Awareness and Thought Leadership
The SIG provides support and stimulation for participants interested in Organization Development (OD) and similar participatory methods that prioritize involvement of people and organizations in creating their own sustainable future. The SIG also serves as a forum for input from diverse fields to help evolve thought leadership and practice in OD and ICD.
Who would benefit from attending: Practitioners, change agents, leaders, social entrepreneurs, policy analysts, grassroots activists, and partners in the arenas of International Development, Organization Development, and Community Development. These may include representatives of any sector (e.g., government, international institutions, philanthropy, civil society, academe, corporations, social entrepreneurs, etc.) Anyone interested in connecting, learning and having great conversations!
Who would benefit from attending: Practitioners, change agents, leaders, social entrepreneurs, policy analysts, grassroots activists, and partners in the arenas of International Development, Organization Development, and Community Development. These may include representatives of any sector (e.g., government, international institutions, philanthropy, civil society, academe, corporations, social entrepreneurs, etc.).
Meeting Frequency: Every four to six weeks.
Time: Typically 7:00-9:00 pm - Check specific programs for exact times.
Venue: Usually in Dupont Circle. See links below for specific meeting locations.
International SIG Meeting Schedule
Margarita Rozenfeld is the CEO of Incite International, an award-winning company providing organization development consulting, facilitation, executive coaching and training services to corporate, non-profit and government clients such as Pew Charitable Trusts, Melwood, National Children’s Center and the Department of Education. Margarita is also the Founder of YES!Circle, a networking, advisory and educational organization for entrepreneurs in the D.C. area. She holds degrees in International Affairs and Spanish from James Madison University and a certificate in Organization Development and Change Leadership from Georgetown University. For more information visit www.inciteinternational.com, www.yescircle.org or contact Margarita at email@example.com or 703-989-8016.
Priscilla Enner is a wargaming analyst working with teams of government analysts, academics, and on occasion the private sector to think through national security policy issues and scenarios. She previously worked at the Brookings Institution looking at the changing international architecture in the context of the rise of new actors, transnational threats, and the role of US leadership. Her first job in DC was at a project assessing how to incorporate disparate elements of the US government and improve their ability to work together in critical mission areas. She has undergraduate degrees in economics and international affairs from Bucknell University and international affairs from the George Washington University, concentrating in both international organizations and conflict resolution.