MINN Summit Nov. 1 - early bird deadline June 28

June 24, 2019 10:27 AM | Anonymous


MINN Summit 2019: Connect, Share, Learn


November 1, 2019

Humphrey School of Public Affairs

301 19th Avenue South 

Minneapolis, MN 55455


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Check out our new Early Bird discount - 25% off Summit tickets! - through June 28!

To get 25% off, simply fill out the registration form on Eventbrite and enter the discount code: earlybird

50 discounted tickets available!


The MINN Summit is a full-day conference offering globally-minded individuals and local organizations a forum to connect, share, and learn. Since 2013, the Summit has brought together more than 1,250 participants, 100+ speakers, and nearly 400 unique organizations. The Summit provides exciting professional development opportunities, offers insight, and sparks conversations that will propel international development success in a changing world. We invite you to join us in bringing together a remarkable community of leaders.


We are thrilled to introduce our 2019 Keynote Speaker, Semhar Araia, Managing Director of Diaspora and Multicultural Partnerships at UNICEF USA. Semhar is a recognized practitioner, organizer and thought leader on diaspora engagement, African affairs, and women's leadership. Araia's mission-driven lens and approach has helped amplify the powerful role of diasporas in the United States and around the world.


Join us for the keynote address, breakout sessions, and activities throughout the day designed to help international development professionals and supporters exchange and learn best practices, as well as share insights and resources about local, national, and cross-national trends in the field. Throughout the Summit, there will be an open marketplace for attendees to familiarize themselves with local organizations dedicated to improving the world. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.


Thank you so much to our sponsors and community partners:

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on International Development (IPID), The Humphrey School of Public Affairs, Augsburg University Human Rights Forum, St. Mary's University of Minnesota


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