General News

Alumni Profile of Panagora President and CEO Betsy Bassan: “Alum Continues Pioneering Career in International Development”

Nine years ago, Betsy Bassan (A75) decided to start her own company. For many, founding a business would be the culmination of a lifelong journey—the highest peak on the highest mountain of entrepreneurship. For Bassan, though, it’s something different: the next step in a life devoted towards bringing the private, public, and nonprofit sectors together to help those in need.

Learn More

Panagora Group Endorses the Principles for Digital Development

Panagora Group is proud to endorse the Principles for Digital Development, “nine living guidelines that are designed to help integrate best practices into technology-enabled programs and are intended to be updated and refined over time.”

Learn More

Panagora President and CEO Named an Enterprising Women of the Year Winner

Enterprising Women Magazine has named Panagora’s President and CEO Betsy Bassan an Enterprising Women of the Year Award Winner, Class of 2020.

Learn More

Panagora’s Work to Support USAID/Philippines’ COVID-19 Response Featured in PSC Service Contractor Magazine

When the COVID-19 crisis emerged and developed into a global pandemic, Panagora’s CLAimHealth team in the Philippines—trusted within the Filipino health community for delivering successful virtual meetings and webinars prior to COVID-19—was able to quickly leverage their expertise to support USAID/Philippines Office of Health and implementing partners in pivoting to virtual management for COVID-19 response efforts and ongoing health programming.

Learn More

Interview with Jennifer Bakyawa, Knowledge Management/Learning Officer, USAID/Uganda RHITES-N, Acholi Activity

Jennifer Bakyawa is a Knowledge Management/Learning Officer for the USAID/Uganda RHITES-N, Acholi Activity, for which Panagora Group is a subcontractor to URC.

Learn More

Panagora’s Successful Transition to Remote Work and Support to Missions During COVID-19 Pandemic

As COVID-19 spread around the world, shutting down whole countries and creating uncertainty for everyone, we quickly organized to close down our headquarters outside of Washington, D.C., and move to full remote work across the company. Working closely with our project teams along the way, we also implemented remote work across our offices in Colombia, the Philippines, and South Africa, and helped our subcontract employees navigate remote work in countries around the world.

Learn More

Enterprising Women Article: Small Businesses Right-Sized to Achieve Big Social Change

We hear the hype. Entrepreneurial success and innovation today require businesses to master the science of big data and technology. But how can social enterprises, especially small social enterprises, realize data’s potential to leverage social change amid the everyday technical and organizational challenges they often face?

Learn More