Joe Agoada: “Digital Mapping and Design Choices for International Development”
The Harvard Urban Planning Organization (HUPO), the MDesD Risk and Resilience Program, and the Center for Geographic Analysis present “Digital Mapping and Design Choices for International Development”, a talk with Joe Agoada.
Joseph Agoada specializes in innovative work within the social impact and international development sectors. In 2006, he founded a nonprofit which delivered appropriate technology and capacity building to East Africa. The nonprofit work led to employment with intrapreneurial teams within the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2007- 2009) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) (2009-2013) In early 2014 Joseph became Innovative Support to Emergencies Diseases and Disasters (InSTEDD) senior communications advisor. Joseph holds a masters degree in international relations from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and his work has been published on Huffintgon Post, Forbes.com and Virgin. com.
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