September 16 – Collaborative Philanthropy: Catalyzing the END of Neglected Tropical Diseases
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Virtual Zoom (session will be recorded for temporary viewing)

Join us for a special presentation by Ellen Agler, Boise native and CEO of The END Fund. Despite the fact that Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) affect more than 1.7 billion of the world’s most impoverished people, END is currently the only private philanthropic initiative solely dedicated to ending the most common NTDs.

As the CEO of an organization with a distinctive and vital mission, Agler holds valuable insights regarding creating positive change through effective collaborative philanthropy — a common goal between IWCF members. 

Take advantage of this unique opportunity and RSVP below to expand your perspective on collaborative philanthropy and other giving models.


About the Speaker

Ellen serves as the CEO of the END Fund. The END Fund has supported local partners across more than 30 countries to deliver over 700 million NTD treatments to hundreds of millions of people since its founding in 2012.

Ellen has worked in global health and humanitarian response for over 20 years in more than 70 countries, for organizations including International Medical Corps and Operation Smile.

Ellen holds graduate degrees in International Health from the Harvard School of Public Health and in Development Studies from the London School of Economics.

Ellen currently serves on the boards of Global Institute for Disease Elimination, Uniting to Combat NTDs, Legatum Institute, the World Economic Forum’s Global Health Security Advisory Board, and Panorama Global.

Ellen’s book, Under the Big Tree: Extraordinary Stories from the Movement to End Neglected Tropical Diseases (with foreword by Bill Gates) was published in January 2019 by Johns Hopkins University Press.

Ellen was recently named as one of Fortune Magazine’s “World’s 50 Greatest Leaders” for 2019.