Working Session Conveners:
Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC): OGAC, located in the U.S. Department of State, is the coordinator for U.S. Government HIV/AIDS programs around the world through the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). OGAC and PEPFAR implementing agencies will provide programmatic and technical expertise for practical project development and links to in-country resources.
Interfaith Center for Corporate Responsibility (ICCR): ICCR is an association of 275 faith-based institutional investors with aggregate assets of $110 billion. ICCR members engage over 30 companies on their global HIV/AIDS policies. For over 35 years, ICCR has been a leader of the corporate social responsibility movement.
Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS (GBC): Having designed workplace, community and advocacy programs, as well as unique projects that build on a company's core competency and links to members and civil society partners for joint projects, GBC provides the technical knowledge and experience in designing strategic and practical initiatives to fight HIV/AIDS.
Corporate Council on Africa (CCA): Established in 1993, CCA is a membership organization at the forefront of strengthening and facilitating the commercial relationship between the United States and Africa. The CCA HIV/AIDS Initiative works with its members to develop and implement HIV/AIDS workplace policies and prevention, care and treatment programs for their Africa-based employees and family members; increase corporate partnerships for effective HIV/AIDS programs; and, enhance private sector participation in national HIV/AIDS efforts in Africa.
Working Session Facilitator:
Constella Futures: Constella Futures, formerly Futures Group, is the international development unit of Constella Group. Specializing in the design and implementation of public health and social programs for developing countries, the unit has implemented projects in more than 100 countries. Constella Futures works with government agencies, foundations, corporations, and nongovernmental organizations, to address conditions that compromise the well-being of people around the world.