Inside Scoop: Map the System Competition with SICI!

Date & Time

Wednesday, Dec 4th, 2019

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Location

Wexner-434A, HKS (79 JFK Street, Cambridge, MA 02138)

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Interested in participating in the Map the System Competition but unsure of your next steps or where to start? Join the SICI team to gain inside scoop from past participants and other experts on the best ways to tackle the competition! This will be an opportunity to meet other participating teams and members of the community who are interested in diving deeper into a social or environmental problem.

This mixer is for anyone who is interested in learning more about and/or participating in the 2020 Map the System Competition. This event will be especially beneficial to participating teams and individuals who are looking to join or create a team.

You will hear from Guy Avrutzky, Israel Fellow in the Mid-Career Master in Public Administration at Harvard Kennedy School, and how he has (and continues) to use systems-mapping in his work.

Guy Avrutzky
Guy is a Wexner Israel Fellow in the Mid-Career Master in Public Administration at Harvard Kennedy School. Before his studies, he was the Manager of Strategic Planning, Measurement, and Evaluation at JDC-Israel’s Institute for Leadership and Governance. The Institute promotes and facilitates effective interfaces between and within the different sectors providing social services. Guy joined JDC-Israel after serving as the CEO of NOVA, Israel’s leading strategic-consulting-for-NPOs consultancy. Guy is the co-founder and board member of MAAS, a non-profit focused on empowering and revitalizing public service in Israel.

Guy holds a B.A. in Philosophy, Political Science and Economics (the PPE interdisciplinary program), and an M.A. from the Public Policy Honors Program at The Hebrew University. He is a graduate of the MIT REAP program and the Ford Motor Company and 92nd Street Y International Leadership Program. He served as an Air Traffic Controller (Major) in the Israeli Air Force. Guy is married to Gil and a proud father of three boys.