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MEDA Convention 2020
Towards an Equal World

Join us Virtually November 6 & 7, 2020

This year, we're coming to you!

Going digital means that we are no longer restricted by travel.
Network with like-minded individuals from around the globe - passionately committed to business, faith, and alleviating poverty - from the comfort (and safety!) of your own home.

Convention Offer

Full-time rate (per household): $ 159
Young professional (40 and under) $ 79
Student / MEDA International Client (per person): $ 29
Student / MEDA International Client / MEDA Network Hubs / Organizations and Companies - 11 or more (group rate): $ 299
Year in Review and Annual General Meeting Only: Free
(If you have already registered to participate in Convention,
you do not need to select this option)

This two-day event will be jam-packed with speakers, plenary sessions, fun events, and plenty of networking opportunities – to leave you challenged, informed, and inspired.

  • Hear exciting updates about MEDA’s global work and business as a calling
  • Connect with like-minded individuals with a passion for business, faith and alleviating poverty
  • Learn from experts about cutting-edge approaches to international economic development
  • Be part of a community that is making a difference

You’ll be in Good Company

MEDA Convention brings together a diverse group of people – supporters and their families, staff, students, young professionals, pastors, clients, and experts in international economic development. We're a community moving towards an equal world together; challenging the status quo to help the impoverished build sustainable and prosperous livelihoods.


With four streams of programming, there’s a place for everyone at MEDA Convention! Join us for discussions and events on Business Issues, Professional Development, Business + Faith, and International Economic Development.

Convention 2020 Sponsors

Plenary Sponsors

Networking/Activity Sponsors

Ron and Barb Schlegel
and Family

Session Sponsors

Towards an equal world, where poverty doesn't
determine the probability of success.