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CROSSROADS CONFERENCE 2005

Participant List:

Nan Buzard, Humanitarian Org
American Red Cross

Leon Curchack, Supply Chain Council
BearingPoint *

Edward Tomlinson, Technology Council
BearingPoint *

Nilesh Malpekar, Technology Council
Blue Star *

Carsten Voelz, Humanitarian Org
CARE International

Paul Brannan, Technology Council
Charles Schwab

Eric Johnson, Academic
Dartmouth College

Laura Kopczak, Academic
Dartmouth College

Jo Van Nunen, Academic
Erasmus University

David Gonsalvez, Supply Chain Council
General Motors *

Michael Allsup, Technology Council
Harcourt Education *

Ed Feitzinger, Supply Chain Council
Hewlett Packard

Remi Carrier, Humanitarian Org
Humanitarian Logistician At Large
 
Martin Bush, Humanitarian Org
IFRC

Bob Connors, Technology Council
Individual Contributor

Robert (Rusty) Patterson, Supply Chain Council
Individual Contributor

Luk Van Wassenhove, Academic
INSEAD

Jon Olson, Supply Chain Council
Intel *

Anoop Trivedi, Technology Council
IrisLogic *

Andreas Wohlert, Humanitarian Org
Merlin

David Roberts,Technology Council
Microsoft *

Melissa Pailthorp, Technology Council
Microsoft *

Gilles Marion, Humanitarian Org
Oxfam-GB

Paul Molinaro, Humanitarian Org
UNICEF

Alberto Turano,  
Università degli Studi di Brescia

Dean Lane, Technology Council
Varitools

* Corporations for Humanity
 
 
 
 
If you simply give money, it is one thing to one organization. If you give services or create technology, this can be replicated by every other humanitarian aid organization. This means you get leverage and the result factor is bigger - Lynn Fritz


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