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An Event with Harriet Fulbright: Partnerships Key to Smart Power

Silver Spring, Nov. 15, 2009: Harriet Fulbright, President of J. William and Harriet Fulbright Center and an internationally recognized leader in promoting world understanding through education and international exchanges shared a wealth of insights in fostering global peace. Dr. Kamala Edwards, the IALC president welcomed Mrs. Fulbright and said that hundreds of Indian American educators and scholars are indebted to the Fulbrights for their generosity and vision that exposed Indian Diaspora communities to international educational experiences and led to professional advancement at home or in the United States.

Mrs. Fulbright emphasized that each of us has our own network and community that we can work within. Communities connect with communities to get things done. Raising women up – politics. We’re already accomplishing great things--collaborations and partnerships are ways to go.

Maryland Secretary of State, John P. McDonough, candidates for local offices, Indian American White House appointees, and distinguished Fulbright scholars--Drs. Premala Brewster-Wilson and Krsitin Rao from years past--were in attendance at the Hillraisers leadership meeting at the IALC community caucus center. Secretary Mc Donough recognized the pioneering role of Maryland’s flagship educational institutions, including Johns Hopkins in international education and enriching relationships with the Fulbright Foundation.

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