Wednesday April 9, 2014 from 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM PDT
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iLEAP Space at the Good Shepherd Center 
4649 Sunnyside Ave N
Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98103

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Elizabeth Cauble 



Begin your day with a hearty and heartwarming breakfast at iLEAP!  Come and learn how iLEAP approaches social change and transforms global grassroots leaders.  Please invite and register friends, colleagues, or contacts whom you would like to introduce to iLEAP and how we are igniting social change around the world. Guests will learn more about iLEAP and, specifically, our Southeast Asia Leadership Initiative (SALI). You will also have the opportunity to meet and dialogue with some of our current SALI Delegates from Timor Leste, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, and Japan.


Please RSVP by Registering below.  If you have any questions about the event, please email elizabeth@iLEAP.org.




  • Osman Ysa (Cambodia)

  • Cynthia Naw (Myanmar)


  • Osman Ysa is an Analyst and Data Coder for the Intelligence Analysis unit of the UN Assistance to the Khmer Rouge Trials (ECCC). ECCC was created to bring legal action for the serious crimes committed during the Khmer Rouge regime. In addition to working for ECCC, Osman is the Coordinator for the Cambodian Village Scholars Fund, an NGO that provides education to Cambodian minority groups, and the Director for the School of Hope, a vocational school for English and Computer training. He has committed his life to seeking justice which is evident in the many hats he wears.

  • Cynthia Naw is a Team Leader for the Mobile Reading Promotion Team of EduNet and the Library Administrator at their Banyan Tree Reading Centre. EduNet is a small locally based NGO working to improve education for the poorest youth of Yangon by offering innovative programs to Monastic schools. The Reading Centre is a children’s library in Yangon that encourages early literacy in Burmese and English, while also working to develop information literacy skills and a love of reading within Myanmar’s youth.