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Joe Speicher

XI11622: Inspiration to Impact: How five nonprofits are designing a better future

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover how you can get involved with the Autodesk Foundation
  • Learn how global nonprofit organizations are driving environmental and social innovation
  • Find out ways to support these organizations that need technical expertise and skilled resources
  • Make connections and partnerships with nonprofit organizations

Description

Description

Come hear from leading global nonprofit organizations that are using design and Autodesk tools to drive positive environmental and social impact. Learn about the connection between design decisions and poverty alleviation, climate change mitigation and saving lives. From building state-of-the-art eco-villages, hospitals and schools in low-resourced areas, to developing healthcare devices that radically reduce the mortality rate among infants in remote locations, the work of these ‘impact design’ organizations is redefining the meaning of good design. Come to learn, get inspired, and find out how you can get involved with these nonprofit organizations supported by the Autodesk Foundation. You may even come away with new and innovative ways to use Revit, BIM, AutoCAD and Fusion 360 to create a better world.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Anyone interested in getting involved with Autodesk Foundation organizations

Speakers

Speakers

Joe Speicher

Joe Speicher is the Executive Director of the Autodesk Foundation. Prior to joining Autodesk, Speicher was on the founding team of Living Goods, where he spent six years leading operations for the global health organization. He began his career in the banking and finance sector, working with Deutsche Bank and Cambridge Associates. He then spent three years in the Peace Corps in the Philippines and has worked as a consultant for the Economist Intelligence Unit, the World Bank and Google.org. He earned a Masters degree from Columbia University and holds a Bachelors degree from Washington and Lee University.

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Published

  • 2015
  • XI11622
  • AU Las Vegas

Industry

  • Cross-Industry

Topics

  • Sustainable Design