Austin 2015 Benefit

Videos of the event:

Welcome - Jim Comer - Mo McMorrow "Hangin' On A Nail"

Mark Coats presents Seeds of Hope award to Congressman Michael McCaul. Blaine Fulmer accepting.

Keynote speaker - Jacksno Ndegwa - KANCO, Kenya

Mike Jablonski's RESULTS perspective

RESULTS Austin 2015 Benefit

Sunday November 8, 2015
Reception 2:00pm - Program 2:30-3:30 pm

Seton Family of Hospitals Administration Offices
1345 Philomena Street, Austin, TX 78723

We have a vision of a world free from poverty

Keynote Speaker
Jackson Ndegwa
Head of Policy and Advocacy Hub
with Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium

Jackson Ndegwa is the Head of Policy and Advocacy Hub at the Kenya AIDS NGOs Consortium (KANCO).  He oversees strategy,  planning and implementation. He coordinates policy priorities and is responsible for implementing the KANCO's 2013-2015 "Investing for Health Impact" strategy.  His role requires him to work closely with the Kenya Ministry of Health around Immunizations, TB, HIV, Nutrition and Reproductive Health.

In his previous KANCO position as Vaccine Development Advocacy Officer, Jackson focused on child health and immunizations.   With a passion for policy and politics around social issues, he is a champion for child survival.  By reaching out to decision makers, legislators, and key stakeholders Jackson helped mobilize resources, shape policies and strengthen maternal and child health services.

Seeds of Hope Honoree
Congressman Michael McCaul*
currently serving his sixth term representing
Texas' 10th District in the United States Congress

RESULTS Austin is honoring Congressman McCaul for his strong leadership in bring an end to poverty:
• Co-sponsor H.R. 2780 Education for All Act of 2014
• Global Partnership for Education letter, June 2014
• Co-sponsor H.Res. 688 Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, 2014
• Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance letter, December 2014
• Maternal & Child Health House Letter in July 2015
• Co-sponsor H.R. 3706 Reach Every Mother & Child Act of 20

*If Congressman McCaul is unable to attend due to scheduling conflicts, the award will accepted by a member of his staff in his absence.