Young Americans across the country are the first generation of Americans to truly grow up in an ever-connected, global community. I am humbled by the innovation and passion young people bring to their work that is changing lives every day. So many youth are engaged in exceptional work in their communities as well as in our more global community. At USAID, we want to make sure this work is acknowledged and that this experience is heard.
This is why I am excited to invite all of you to a conversation with Administrator Rajiv Shah on "How to Make Change: Youth and International Development." He will join Kalpen Modi from the White House for a live web chat with young Americans about international development.
This event will be a fantastic opportunity to participate in a conversation with the Administrator about how young people are changing the game when it comes to poverty in the United States and around the world.
We want to know what you think about the role of USAID and the Obama Administration should be playing to tackle challenges related to global poverty and international development.
You can send in your questions for Administrator Shah and Kalpen Modi.
Editor's Note: This entry also appears on the USAID Impact Blog.