Thank you for making the AVPN 2015 Conference another great success!

Author

Patti Chu Patti Chu

Date

May 5, 2015

Thank you for making
the largest AVPN conference a great success!

25 Sessions, 98 Speakers and 478 Delegates
28 Countries and 304 Organisations
450 connections via AVPN Connector and
many other informal exchanges

Session reports and photos are now available! 

We understand that you might have missed the opportunity to attend some of the breakout sessions given the multiple number of parallel sessions available. In an effort to ensure that the valuable insights and discussions were captured and can be shared with the wider community, the session reports are now available on our conference website within each session link at www.2015.avpn.asia

Alternatively, you can continue the conversations at our special Dialogue Page!

We have also uploaded selected photos so you can view them at our Picture Gallery.

Furthermore, videos of some of the sessions will be available by next week.

We would like to hear from you!
We would highly welcome any feedback from your side so that we can deliver an even better conference next year. Please submit your comments, suggestions and ideas via our conference feedback form. We would also like to hear your stories on any connections that were made via the conference. Please keep us posted!

Thanks again!

The AVPN Team


About Author
Patti Chu
Patti Chu Membership Services Director AVPN

Patti Chu is AVPN’s Membership Services Director. Patti has over ten years of experience working on international development issues with particular focus in the areas of financial inclusion, microfinance, education and sustainability.

Patti started her career in New York with the Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi and has also worked with the International Finance Corporation and Citigroup in Latin America and Asia. In the last few years, Patti has been providing consulting services to various foundations around strategy, program evaluation and impact assessment.

Patti is a native of Argentina and has working experience in Latin America, the United States, Asia and Europe. She has a B.A. in Business Administration and a Master’s in International Development and Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. She speaks Spanish, Chinese, Portuguese and Danish.