WASHINGTON, April 6, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Ambassador (ret.) David Litt will Chair the 2011 ISOA Annual Summit, the premier event of the stability operations industry, this October in Washington, D.C. Ambassador Litt served 34 years as a career diplomat specializing in the Middle East and Southwest Asia and currently serves as the Executive Director of the Center for Stabilization and Economic Reconstruction.
The International Stability Operations Association will host the 2011 ISOA Annual Summit at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. on 24-26 October 2011. The three day event will include prominent guest speakers, panel discussions on topics relevant to the stability operations industry, networking opportunities, a summit dinner and an exhibition.
"Last year's Annual Summit was an enormous success with involvement of key government attendees and high-profile keynote speakers - and the networking was phenomenal," says ISOA President Doug Brooks. "We are honored that Ambassador Litt will be our Chair and expect an even more dynamic and productive Summit in 2011."
The full agenda and registration details are available on the ISOA website at www.stability-operations.org/summit2011.
ISOA's Annual Summit is proudly supported by Mission Essential Personnel, SOC LLC, Triple Canopy and the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center. High-Profile sponsorship and exhibit packages are available.
If you have any questions regarding the Annual Summit please contact the designated ISOA staff members below at (202) 464-0721 or at their individual e-mail addresses.
For sponsorship and exhibition information please contact Melissa Sabin at [email protected].
For general event and registration information please contact Jessica Vogel at [email protected].
ISOA is the international trade association of the stability operations industry, promoting ethics and standards worldwide and advocating for effective utilization of private sector services. ISOA members are leaders in the industry and are supported by ISOA's outreach, education and government affairs initiatives.
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