The Power of International Economic Development & Inclusion

A Discussion with Trickle Up and United States International Council on Disabilities on how economic inclusion can change lives

Last year, Trickle Up invested in over 62,000 people (97% women), benefitting more than 360,000 family and community members in some of the hardest to reach and hardest hit places on earth.

Join United States International Council on Disabilities (USICD) President, Dr. Patricia Morrissey and USICD Board Member and President of Trickle Up, Bill Abrams, as they lead a discussion on the power of international economic development and inclusion.

Join us Thursday, July 8 at 2:30 PM EDT


Dr. Patricia Morrissey,  President, Programs, USICD
Bill Abrams, President, Trickle Up
Silvia Quan, President, Colectivo Vida Independiente de Guatemala
Jorge Coy, Americas Regional Representative, Trickle Up

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