Conversations: The Future of Peace Corps Saturday, September 24, 2011 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

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Conversations: The Future of Peace Corps Saturday, September 24, 2011 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

How will the Peace Corps community continue to grow and strive for a world of peace and prosperity for the next 50 years? A panel of thought leaders and global figures will discuss their experience with the Peace Corps and discuss pressing topics with the community at the National Theater in Washington, DC. The second session will feature competitive proposals for a global community project. A select group of pre-screened projects will be presented to the audience for review and questions. The audience will vote for the most deserving project and that project will be awarded with a grant that day.


Bill Mo

Bill Moyers – first deputy director of the Peace Corps, leading American journalist and public commentator


L-r: Atiku Abubakar, President Paul Kagame, Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai

Atiku Abubakar – former Vice President of Nigeria (1999-2007) and Founder of the American University of Nigeria

Dr. Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai – former Finance Minister and 2009 Presidential Candidate in Afghanistan

President Paul Kagame – President of the Republic of Rwanda

Invited leaders include:

Alejandro Toledo – former President of Peru

Surin Pitsuwan – current Secretary General of ASEAN, former Foreign Minister of Thailand

Register here to attend the panel discussion and project presentation

About rictandag @rictandag @LVHelpGro Returned U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer, Tandag, Surigao del Sur, Republic of the Philippines 1979-1980; Financial Management training Program [FMP], G.E., Appliance Park, Louisville, Kentucky 1981-1982 Champion [two days] Jeopardy 1986 Attorney, Los Angeles, CA 1989-1995 Disabiility Rights Attorney,, Las Vegas 1998-1999 Immigration Asylum Attorney, throughout the State of Kansas 1999-2001 Supply Logistics Specialist, UPS Las Vegas, 2006- present [business] advocate for: [Gawad Kalinga, tagalog for "to give care"]
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