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Multi Nation Program – Eisenhower Fellowship 2014
Efworld.org
Story of Seven Weeks that transformed my life in 2014!
25
Cities
16
Hotel
60
Meetings
10
Events
8x
Deep Ocean
America is the land where “Ordinary People do Extraordinary things”...
25
Cities
16
Hotel
60
Meetings
10
Events
92x
Empire State Building
With David Eisenhower
Impressive Eisenhower Legacy as well as other US presidents and their legacy – US is a country
With ...
In all eco systems there are a variety of players with different functions – there is wind, sun,
moon – so put down your p...
Lunch with USA Fellow Lucinda DuncalfePhilly, 4th of April, 2014
Met in “Erawan Thai” – worth noting as it is good food s...
With Adel Ebeid, Chief Innovation Officer, City of Philadelphia
4th of April 2014
Govt does not have to be the only proble...
Kati London, Microsoft Research Labs
NY, 10th of April, 2014
Social design to make an impact – Games can change attitudes ...
What is it that we can collectively be great at? “Transform Together” – transformation is
profound but incremental. Revenu...
Cliff Reeves, GM Emerging Business Team, MicrosoftApril 8, 2014
CEO of an incubator plays an instrumental role as a hub fo...
Seattle, April 9, 2014 Ali Faramawy, MEA Corporate VP, Microsoft
“Strategy should not be based that others will fail” – In...
Brett Solomon, Executive Director, Accessnow.org10 April, 2014
Digital Citizenship is a fact. Fighting the rise of the onl...
Christina Juhasz, Women's World Banking11 April, 2014
Focused on women beyond lending: saving accounts, education loans…mo...
Vincent Cheng (formerly of Open IDEO)11April,2014
Online is great for increasing reach, on the ground is the tool to reali...
Murat Aktihanoglu, Founder, Entrepreneur RoundTable11April 2014
Decision to Invest is 80% people, 15%Market, 5%Idea – “Inv...
Vanessa Hurst, co-founder GirldevelopIT,
Founder & CEO, { Code } Montage,
DeveloperforGood
Super young energy, started ear...
Micah Kotch, Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, NYU
14 April 2014
Most do not fail for lack for product developmen...
Greg Horowitt, Co-Founder of Global CONNECT
15th April, 2014
Any transformation, need for an Explicit Social Contract ( va...
Julie Lein, founder of Tumml
An Accelerator for Urban Impact – Innovation
At the perimeter of the government and among
Mun...
Bilal Musharraf, Dean of translation, Khan Academy16 April, 2014
Education as a Great Equalizer – Talents are distributed ...
16 April, 2014 Ossama Hassanein, Entrepreneur, Mentor and VC - TechWadi.org
By the time we met , my core mobile died and m...
A Day in Stanford
Lots of “Wow Moments”
17 April 2014
Innovation comes from multidiscipline open talents action oriented e...
Professor Burton Lee
Semantic in any discussion is core: Control the definition – define terms to ensure understanding.
Eu...
Professor Leticia Britos Cavagnaro
The way you frame the problem, defines how you address the problem.
The “Mindset of Emp...
Really Liked this illustration!
Professor Margarita Quihuis
Surface the need and market will react – Behavior that drives change: Trust, Safety
The cultur...
Jacqueline Vanacek, SAP18th of April, 2014
Cloud not only accelerates entrepreneurship but also enables the “Citizen as ca...
M.R. Rangaswami, Sand Hill Group21 April 2014
Nasscom was a big a factor in organizing and lobyying for an improved techno...
UC-Berkeley, CITRIS
21st of April, 2014
Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society - A multi di...
Fadi Bishara, Blackbox VC
22 April 2014
Globally focused accelerator/incubator – Two weeks program targeted to: Educate on...
Ikhlaq Sidhu & Ken Singer, UC-Berkeley, Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology
22 April 2014
The “Power Board” i.e. The ...
Steve Welch, Founder, DreamIt Ventures
23 April 2014
More data driven than experimental – Mentors should be face to face –...
Larry Peterson, Executive Director, Texas Foundation for Innovative
Communities
23 April 2014
The big trend of liveable, w...
Kevin Koym, Founder, & Sandeep Kumar, Tech Ranch Austin
24 April 2014
“Keep Austin Weird” - It all starts with a campfire ...
Joshua Baer, Capital Factory
25 April 2014
People like a place where they can create memories:
Funyard 
Don’t put a lot o...
Kerry O’Conor, CIO, City of Austin, innovation & IT team
25 April 2014
“Citizen Activism” is a core part of communicating ...
Luke Norris, CodeForAmerica
30th of April 2014
Government is What we do Together.
40-50 cities applies to fellowship. Sele...
Impressive Kauffman Foundation
Activities, the one I loved was the
OneMillionCups.com – Effective
Networking! I loved the ...
Justin Kan, Partner, Y Combinator
1st of May, 2014
International is mostly south East Asia but more
Are planned – mainly ...
Meet with Egyptian Googlers1st of May 2014
Mostly Fun! But we compared speed of companies as IBM, MS, Google and FB –blue ...
Dave McClure, Founder, 500 Startups
2nd of May 2014
After English, mandarin, Arabic and Spanish – Big blocks
Of language/ ...
AnnaLee Saxenian, Dean, School of Information, UC-Berkeley
2nd of May 2014
The core difference between East and West – is ...
Ryan Budish, Berkman Center, Harvard University
5th of May 2014
Practice oriented center aimed to protect Individual right...
Eric Gordon, Engagement Game Lab, Emerson College
6th of May 2014
New media usage to do an intervention that changes the w...
Ethan Zuckerman, MIT Media Lab
7th of May 2014
Media that causes social change is “Civic Media” – “Global Voices” an initi...
Chris Osgood & Nigel Jacob, Office of New Urban Mechanics
7th of May 2014
New approach to govt: Identify potential, experi...
Neal Doyle, Harvard Innovation Lab (i-Lab)
7th of May 2014
A deliberate mix of multiple great ingredients makes things hap...
Bill Eggers, Deloitte
9th of May 2014
Opening up to the innovation outside the walls – key challenge to governments – Open...
Derek Holt, SVP, Main Street Genome
12th of May 2014
Big change in strategy when distinction between small and medium busi...
Leslie Jump, StartUp Week End
12th of May 2014
Simply loved her Women power approach – Focus on growing angel networks wor...
Jen Pahlka, Code for America
12th of May, 2014
MY HERO 
Never anticipated the awakening that happened
Started when New mi...
Bill Drayton, founder, Ashoka
12th of May, 2014
We are living in a world that is defined by change – Repetition jobs are g...
Amazing group of Great People!
New Family! Bond. Learn. Culture.Inspire.FUN!
MY First YOGA Lesson by the Amazing Ru!
Sedona
ME Time! Reflect.Walk.Exercise.Eat. Enjoy…
To Jane Grabias With love!
Always smiling, always researching, always
Persisting to get the meetings with the
Right people...
Thank you!
EF Staff
Board of Trustees
Fellows
I feel privileged
and lucky.
Hanan A.Meguid
MNP 2014
Egypt Fellow
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My Eisenhower Fellowship, Seven Exciting Weeks in 2014!

Eisenhower is a personalized leadership fellowship program which i enjoyed in 2014, I focused on entrepreneurship ecosystem comparison and Studying models of implementation of technology for social impact. Sharing is caring and i truly care to spread the knowledge that i gained. If you do not mind seeing quite a few pic of me, you might find it useful:)

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My Eisenhower Fellowship, Seven Exciting Weeks in 2014!

  1. 1. Multi Nation Program – Eisenhower Fellowship 2014 Efworld.org Story of Seven Weeks that transformed my life in 2014!
  2. 2. 25 Cities 16 Hotel 60 Meetings 10 Events 8x Deep Ocean America is the land where “Ordinary People do Extraordinary things” I got a taste of that – stats of my Eisenhower 7 Weeks in the US
  3. 3. 25 Cities 16 Hotel 60 Meetings 10 Events 92x Empire State Building
  4. 4. With David Eisenhower Impressive Eisenhower Legacy as well as other US presidents and their legacy – US is a country With strong democratic institutions that brings strong men into power, each with his own Flavor and legacy. I respect that.
  5. 5. In all eco systems there are a variety of players with different functions – there is wind, sun, moon – so put down your personal opinion and use the “Value Judgment” to evaluate impact. Capital Context vs. behavior context in perspective valuation. Entrepreneurs are drawn not only by a cool idea but by the keen sense of market demand/need. Gazelles – drives real growth in the economy. SteveBlank.com – big reference for lean foundation. He urged me to WRITE! Dr.Stephen Spinelli, President, Philadelphia University Philly, 3 April 2014
  6. 6. Lunch with USA Fellow Lucinda DuncalfePhilly, 4th of April, 2014 Met in “Erawan Thai” – worth noting as it is good food she knows better as her latest venture is Real Food Works! Boards at early stage should be held monthly until you graduate into Quarterly as you mature. I liked very much Lucinda description of how an entrepreneur is a strange mix of hard headed and Open minded! #Sports #Foodie #Serial #Success #Woman
  7. 7. With Adel Ebeid, Chief Innovation Officer, City of Philadelphia 4th of April 2014 Govt does not have to be the only problem solver – with high citizen engagement and open Data. Identify what data and tools does the govt need to give to empower citizens to solve their problems . G8 Collaboration among top 8 Cities – I like that! #CoolStatement : Data is the new Currency ; Approach govt with respect,as you only hurt Soldiers
  8. 8. Kati London, Microsoft Research Labs NY, 10th of April, 2014 Social design to make an impact – Games can change attitudes and social behaviour. There is The new concept of Entertainment for Impact. Efforts to Advance the conversation of social impact games – knightfoundation.org.“ Leaning on Convention” –mix novelty with familiar concepts
  9. 9. What is it that we can collectively be great at? “Transform Together” – transformation is profound but incremental. Revenue and Usage were coupled together, now we need to decouple it. Productivity and Platform, that is MS legacy. “Status Quo” is biggest uncertainty. Uniquitous Computing. Ambient Experience. Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft Seattle - 9 April, 2014
  10. 10. Cliff Reeves, GM Emerging Business Team, MicrosoftApril 8, 2014 CEO of an incubator plays an instrumental role as a hub for all connections with industries And communities – The base of all accelerator operation is the Steve Blank playbook. Companies in Accelerators are acting as an extension to the sales innovation showcase of MS.
  11. 11. Seattle, April 9, 2014 Ali Faramawy, MEA Corporate VP, Microsoft “Strategy should not be based that others will fail” – In MEA, big need for social economic development – we suffer from the syndromes of “People with no money and Money with no people” with no strategic efforts to complement. Big need for infrastructure projects with value chain of creating jobs.
  12. 12. Brett Solomon, Executive Director, Accessnow.org10 April, 2014 Digital Citizenship is a fact. Fighting the rise of the online surveillance state, establishing right to privacy. The battle for governance of Internet – Internationalization of ICANN. Limiting the Militiazation of the Internet. It is the Civil society of the Internet. Pledge of Global Digital Rights.
  13. 13. Christina Juhasz, Women's World Banking11 April, 2014 Focused on women beyond lending: saving accounts, education loans…mostly focused discussion on women work conditions and the need of legislative support..
  14. 14. Vincent Cheng (formerly of Open IDEO)11April,2014 Online is great for increasing reach, on the ground is the tool to realize real impact. Conversion from online to on ground is challenging and is incremental – depends on quality Of engaged community.
  15. 15. Murat Aktihanoglu, Founder, Entrepreneur RoundTable11April 2014 Decision to Invest is 80% people, 15%Market, 5%Idea – “Invest in people you like”
  16. 16. Vanessa Hurst, co-founder GirldevelopIT, Founder & CEO, { Code } Montage, DeveloperforGood Super young energy, started earlier with the project of “DevelopersforGood” – Open source collaborative project with a social cause. We share a common belief that technology is the powerful force to improve quality of life. She really set this belief in motion! The combo of online and offline activities – the sincere persistence makes things happen. Check their open projects, contribute and make use of them in your own community: https://www.codemontage.com/projects
  17. 17. Micah Kotch, Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, NYU 14 April 2014 Most do not fail for lack for product development, rather for lack of customer development! Entrepreneurship is the pursuit of opportunity without regards to resources that are currently at hand. At the basis of their work, the methodology of Growthwheels.com ( you should check it out) *one of the most enjoyable discussions in my trip*
  18. 18. Greg Horowitt, Co-Founder of Global CONNECT 15th April, 2014 Any transformation, need for an Explicit Social Contract ( values and Expected behavior) – We strive for three: Legitamcy, autonomy, Purpose. Clarity makes you loose fear. New leaders lead by vision, lead by story telling. Ability to tell a good story is key. Construct the story not the data. Pretend the future, describe the heroes’ journey.
  19. 19. Julie Lein, founder of Tumml An Accelerator for Urban Impact – Innovation At the perimeter of the government and among Municipal priorities. Civic and government officials as mentors Urban Policies leaders as mentors The need for creative capital Accelerator is a non- profit – 20k for 5% Most popular subjects: 1- Transportation 2- Food – local food, the farmer, feeding forward 3- Small and local business support 16 April, 2014
  20. 20. Bilal Musharraf, Dean of translation, Khan Academy16 April, 2014 Education as a Great Equalizer – Talents are distributed equally but opportunities are not. Very open for cooperation on different languages translation. Teacher voice, humor& personality play a role in appeal of a course. Bilal is an amazing passionate person, we spent some time comparing Institutional forms and how to achieve a balance in society – This discussion shaped my thoughts.
  21. 21. 16 April, 2014 Ossama Hassanein, Entrepreneur, Mentor and VC - TechWadi.org By the time we met , my core mobile died and my iphone with which I took our pic was lost ( and yes no backup) – worth mentioning cause I am sad no pic of these warm discussions and family dinner with the man who is really sponsoring the Arab-American bridge in technology. Very generous with his time, with his contacts. He is your Egyptian/Arab connector if you are ever in Silicon Valley or trying to be there. Besides business, he is the founder of techwadi.org, you should check its yearly activities that connects you to successful Arab stars in the valley!
  22. 22. A Day in Stanford Lots of “Wow Moments” 17 April 2014 Innovation comes from multidiscipline open talents action oriented environment
  23. 23. Professor Burton Lee Semantic in any discussion is core: Control the definition – define terms to ensure understanding. Europe universities vs. American universities, Academic Purity vs. Economic Development Mission Business and Academia Integration. Lean Launchpad is core. Design, not as art, but as a mindset.
  24. 24. Professor Leticia Britos Cavagnaro The way you frame the problem, defines how you address the problem. The “Mindset of Empathy” is a core start – In D School, they move from Abstract to concrete. Come up with solutions that can be delivered by normal people. Project benefit vs. Effect.
  25. 25. Really Liked this illustration!
  26. 26. Professor Margarita Quihuis Surface the need and market will react – Behavior that drives change: Trust, Safety The culture of discovery feeds novelty. Reframe difference so that it is an asset rather than liability Always start from a position of “yes” – Mindset of Abundance vs. Mindset of Scarcity. Collective Action Exercise, never underestimate small acts – Rotate leadership. Design for emotions
  27. 27. Jacqueline Vanacek, SAP18th of April, 2014 Cloud not only accelerates entrepreneurship but also enables the “Citizen as capacity” The art of creating something given all constraints – “Creativity Inside of the box”
  28. 28. M.R. Rangaswami, Sand Hill Group21 April 2014 Nasscom was a big a factor in organizing and lobyying for an improved technology industry Investment laws and all key structural changes was led by Nasscom. This independent body Creates gravity and a destination for anyone who wants to reachout to the industry.
  29. 29. UC-Berkeley, CITRIS 21st of April, 2014 Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society - A multi discipline Open for students to collaborate on topics such as Energy, Health, Water…Really impressed By the practical approach that gets students from diff domain on same subject/project. Young people think differently because they are “Context Free”
  30. 30. Fadi Bishara, Blackbox VC 22 April 2014 Globally focused accelerator/incubator – Two weeks program targeted to: Educate on Silicon Valley, Connect with Key industry people, Inspire to change Mindset. Learning the “Pay it Forward” Attitude is key. Trust is either earned or inherited, when you have a healthy network, it moves fast “If you get, you give – If you learn, you teach” “You build relationships, relationships builds businesses”
  31. 31. Ikhlaq Sidhu & Ken Singer, UC-Berkeley, Center for Entrepreneurship & Technology 22 April 2014 The “Power Board” i.e. The correct Board of Advisors that has a “ Power Circle ” – they connect you to people who Make things happen. Berkeley method of entrepreneurship – check: CET. Berkeley.edu
  32. 32. Steve Welch, Founder, DreamIt Ventures 23 April 2014 More data driven than experimental – Mentors should be face to face – Industry focus: Healthcare. Invest in something that I or one of the partners understand and appreciate its data
  33. 33. Larry Peterson, Executive Director, Texas Foundation for Innovative Communities 23 April 2014 The big trend of liveable, walkable communities – you live, work and walk to both - Research Parks to achieve the integrated work live themes. Location is big part of success. Every region Has the potential to be innovative but analyzing its potential for effective targeting is key. “Informality” as a key asset
  34. 34. Kevin Koym, Founder, & Sandeep Kumar, Tech Ranch Austin 24 April 2014 “Keep Austin Weird” - It all starts with a campfire event – where all are invited to network And exchange needs and support. Campfire->Venture Start->Venture forth-> Venture Builder
  35. 35. Joshua Baer, Capital Factory 25 April 2014 People like a place where they can create memories: Funyard  Don’t put a lot of pressure on how your career looks like, Be ready to pivot and change. Don’t start under capitalized – it makes you burn fast or De-focus! To form an industry, there should be points of “Density” Because “Density creates Gravity” and it activates the Face to face network of mentors and angel investors. In emerging eco system – the concept of “graduating” Does not stand – startups evolve from total incubation To office hours to co-working space and is always a Member of all activities.
  36. 36. Kerry O’Conor, CIO, City of Austin, innovation & IT team 25 April 2014 “Citizen Activism” is a core part of communicating and establishing an engaged citizen. Those affected by the decision should affect the decision. Core Role of CIO: Inspire for change. Balance long and short term and build for change on intrinsic motivation: Mastery, Purpose, Autonomy.
  37. 37. Luke Norris, CodeForAmerica 30th of April 2014 Government is What we do Together. 40-50 cities applies to fellowship. Selection is Based on commitment for change and problem Impact. 3 fellows per project, 10 cities per year. Volunteer built organization then dedicated Community maintained.
  38. 38. Impressive Kauffman Foundation Activities, the one I loved was the OneMillionCups.com – Effective Networking! I loved the pledge, day ended with sudden Roads of Arabia show! #SuperDay
  39. 39. Justin Kan, Partner, Y Combinator 1st of May, 2014 International is mostly south East Asia but more Are planned – mainly London and Asia focus. Unlike other accelerators, they do not host startups. They give them office hours, guest speaker every Tuesday Choice is mostly based on team: 2 or 3 who complement And who worked together before. Team who will not give Up if not accepted. Team who has a mix of insights into The industry they tackling. I learned that I need to invest in people more than ideas, The hard way People are not necessarily the most Talented but highly passionate, motivated with enough Talent to take their idea forward, it is usually an Emotional roller coaster, those who can stay the course Succeed.
  40. 40. Meet with Egyptian Googlers1st of May 2014 Mostly Fun! But we compared speed of companies as IBM, MS, Google and FB –blue chip Meet once a year while the likes of Google and FB meet every week. Inspired by them packing Dining room in preparation for the CEO brief. Really admire a lot of the Egyptian Googlers
  41. 41. Dave McClure, Founder, 500 Startups 2nd of May 2014 After English, mandarin, Arabic and Spanish – Big blocks Of language/ people which in combination with penetra GDP and YOY growth signals the “Global” opportunity. “If you intend to be global, then US is easier to start” They give startups functional support on: Marketing, User Experience, Business Plan, Distribution & Customer Acquisition Their investment theory is: small boosters in MANY – Currently 300 Investments in Portfolio. 4 funds. 120M In total under mngmt. They have a program fee up To $25k Metric distribution Review Weekly. 3-4 Mentors.
  42. 42. AnnaLee Saxenian, Dean, School of Information, UC-Berkeley 2nd of May 2014 The core difference between East and West – is west institutions were flat & agile due to scarcity Vs. Big& anarchic in the east institution with all resources they had. Entrepreneurship is a creative Discipline that benefits from diversity. Innovation comes from diversity: gender, culture, discipline, nationality
  43. 43. Ryan Budish, Berkman Center, Harvard University 5th of May 2014 Practice oriented center aimed to protect Individual rights for freedom of expression. Herdicts Research project to collect abuse of freedom. My impression that they are very reactive no proactive…I love the idea but wanted to see plans for an index of Internet Freedom
  44. 44. Eric Gordon, Engagement Game Lab, Emerson College 6th of May 2014 New media usage to do an intervention that changes the way people inhabit urban spaces. The idea of a city as a convener more than an implementer. Any app or communication that Engages civic is civic media.
  45. 45. Ethan Zuckerman, MIT Media Lab 7th of May 2014 Media that causes social change is “Civic Media” – “Global Voices” an initiative that is meant to Diversify the narrative globally. The big move to “Monitorial Citizenship” Collecting data to Understand realization of promises. Sister Lab in Kenya – why? Because they cared
  46. 46. Chris Osgood & Nigel Jacob, Office of New Urban Mechanics 7th of May 2014 New approach to govt: Identify potential, experiment, impact assessment then scale. Problem based RFP – critical reframing of focus. “Civic Activism” as core capacity. Invest in building Community groups. Reframe govt priority from process ( effficient) to how (impact and Xp) Reframing govt from efficiency to innovation: A $ saved not always adds value A frame of mind to stitch good elements - not only sustain but innovate
  47. 47. Neal Doyle, Harvard Innovation Lab (i-Lab) 7th of May 2014 A deliberate mix of multiple great ingredients makes things happen…Activating Change makers
  48. 48. Bill Eggers, Deloitte 9th of May 2014 Opening up to the innovation outside the walls – key challenge to governments – Opening up The data to act as a platform…
  49. 49. Derek Holt, SVP, Main Street Genome 12th of May 2014 Big change in strategy when distinction between small and medium business vs. startups were made in Kauffman Research. Startups creates most of the jobs.
  50. 50. Leslie Jump, StartUp Week End 12th of May 2014 Simply loved her Women power approach – Focus on growing angel networks worldwide.
  51. 51. Jen Pahlka, Code for America 12th of May, 2014 MY HERO  Never anticipated the awakening that happened Started when New mindset people were in government Big progress in Code for all Shaking the system to deliver new experiences LOVE the LADY
  52. 52. Bill Drayton, founder, Ashoka 12th of May, 2014 We are living in a world that is defined by change – Repetition jobs are going away. Empathy based ethics: Fluid (no walla), Open sharing, A team of teams. Young children needs to be taught empathy – practicing change maker attitude. You can understand future of a country when you analyse its GDP. 90% of the value in Britain is created from human capital vs. 20% in Russia Empathy as a core Skill
  53. 53. Amazing group of Great People!
  54. 54. New Family! Bond. Learn. Culture.Inspire.FUN!
  55. 55. MY First YOGA Lesson by the Amazing Ru! Sedona
  56. 56. ME Time! Reflect.Walk.Exercise.Eat. Enjoy…
  57. 57. To Jane Grabias With love! Always smiling, always researching, always Persisting to get the meetings with the Right people. Always preparing and shifting With agility that is so smooth, I personally Did not imagine was possible. Jane, you are not only a program officer, You are the hero of my journey. THANK YOU I owe you A great experience!
  58. 58. Thank you! EF Staff Board of Trustees Fellows I feel privileged and lucky. Hanan A.Meguid MNP 2014 Egypt Fellow
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Eisenhower is a personalized leadership fellowship program which i enjoyed in 2014, I focused on entrepreneurship ecosystem comparison and Studying models of implementation of technology for social impact. Sharing is caring and i truly care to spread the knowledge that i gained. If you do not mind seeing quite a few pic of me, you might find it useful:)

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