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by International Career Advancement Association
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Feb 27, 2017

ICAP First Quarter Updates

Dear ICAP Donor, 

As we begin to wrap up the first quarter of 2017 we wanted to share with you some updates that the ICAP Alumni Association are doing to progress diversity in international affairs forward: 

 

New Executive Director

Ambassador Deborah McCarthy has joined the ICAP Alumni Association as the New Executive Director.  Over the last few years the volunteer program team led by the Board of Directors has maintained a high-level of alumni programming for ICAP fellows to continue to grow the network.  We are thankful for their contribution and their continued efforts to provide enriching programs for our membership.  With new staff we hope to continue expand the primary efforts of the Alumni Association including expanding programming for you the members of the ICAP Alumni Association and continuing to raise funds for the ICAP Aspen Fellowship Program.  In order for us to understand your needs we ask that you complete the survey sent to the membership through the ICAP listserve. 

 

ICAP Alum in the News

Latanya Mapp-Frepp, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood Global, spoke with Women Deliver on the need to respect and protect women’s sexual health and rights.

Eric Ham, political analyst and author of The GOP Civil War, discussed General Flynn’s resignation from the Trump Administration with the BBC News Channel. 

Lia Miller, Cultural Affairs Officer, U.S. Embassy Bolivia was interviewed by Women in Foreign Policy, where she discussed her experience as a Pickering Fellow and the ICAP fellowship. 

Please see the links to the news articles below.    

Save the Date  

This year's "Conference on Diversity in International Affairs" (mid-year reunion) scheduled for April 28-29, 2017 at the Council On Foreign Relations.

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Location: Washington, DC - USA
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