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A Shared Opportunity between OPIC and CSIS: Carolyn Y. Woo

"True human development cannot be reduced or separated into component economic, social, political, and environmental parts. Companies, NGOs, philanthropies, and governments must integrate their core strengths to create new solutions that advance the well-being of individuals and all of society." - Carolyn Y. Woo, President and CEO, Catholic Relief ServicesToday’s Shared Opportunity e-card features Carolyn Y. Woo, President and CEO, Catholic Relief Services.

Click here to see the most recent Shared Opportunity e-card, featuring Helene D. Gayle, President and CEO, CARE USA.

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