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Aaron S. Williams honored as RTI International senior advisor emeritus for distinguished career and public service
Aaron S. Williams has been awarded Emeritus status, in recognition of his long and distinguished career in public service and 12-year contribution to RTI in international program management, policy reform, government relations and communications
We live in a time of tremendous need: conflict and crisis forcing tens of millions of people to flee their homes, famine threatening more people than at any time since World War II, chronic diseases causing untold suffering, disability, and early death, structural inequalities burdening the...
WASHINGTON, D.C.- RTI and neglected tropical disease (NTD) partners are hosting a reception celebrating the recent elimination of trachoma as a public health problem in Cambodia and Laos, Feb. 15. This celebration...
Please join RTI and our neglected tropical disease (NTD) partners for a reception celebrating the recent elimination of trachoma as a public health problem in Cambodia
RTI International hosted a panel discussion on building effective integrated health systems to help end maternal and child deaths.
One of the many lessons that I learned in my decades-long career in international development is that foreign assistance does not just benefit those who receive it. From protecting our country against pandemic diseases to fighting extremism by educating at-risk youth, U.S. foreign assistance...
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC- Aaron Williams, executive vice president of Government Relations and Corporate Communications at RTI International, was recently appointed to the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) Advisory Council. The NPCA Advisory Council comprises distinguished...
RTI International furthers commitment to improving education access through Let Girls Learn donation
RTI International has made a donation to Peace Corps Let Girls Learn initiative’s work to support education access for girls worldwide who currently are not in school.
Aaron Williams, executive vice president of government relations and corporate communications at RTI International, has been appointed by President Barack Obama as U.S. Alternative Representative to the Executive Board of the United Nations Children’s Fund.
RTI International - a leading nonprofit research institute - and IBM’s Africa research lab have announced a partnership to deploy big data analytics and cognitive technologies to help transform development approaches in Africa and around the world.
Aaron Williams, who has led RTI’s International Development Group (IDG) since 2012, will become executive vice president of Government Relations and Corporate Communications. Paul Weisenfeld will take over as executive vice president of IDG.
RTI International will host a featured panel conversation on youth workforce development in Africa and discuss ways to build effective international development partnerships at the Devex Partnerships & Career Forum, Oct. 21-22 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Representatives from RTI International will discuss best practices to develop long-term partnerships and build local capacity in international development at the Devex International Development Career Fair and Partnerships Forum in Manila, Philippines June 10-11.
As part of a grant from the Pfizer Inc., RTI International will host three Pfizer Global Health Fellows who will serve on a USAID-funded project RTI is working on to reduce national maternal and neonatal mortality in Indonesia. The fellows will be the first RTI will host as part of a two-year...
Representatives from RTI International will share the organization's experience in international development and local capacity building at the first Devex International Development Career Fair and Partnerships Forum in Nairobi, Kenya Oct. 16-17.
Aaron Williams, former vice president of international business development at RTI International and, most recently, Director of the U.S. Peace Corps, will return to RTI as executive vice president of the International Development Group starting Monday, Oct. 29.