U.S. Government Officials To Meet With Tech Entrepreneurs To Discuss How Silicon Valley Can Aid In Ebola Recovery Efforts

Devex: U.S. government reaches out to Silicon Valley on Ebola recovery
“U.S. government officials head to Silicon Valley Wednesday to discuss gaps in the Ebola relief effort in West Africa and identify ways for tech-savvy entrepreneurs and philanthropists to get more involved. Silicon Valley has been an important player in the crisis, and the question moving forward is how to coordinate the industry’s contribution and making the best use of its resources, Andy Weber, deputy coordinator for Ebola response at the U.S. State Department, told Devex…” (Anders, 2/25).

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