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Recent Member News

  • Gaddi H. Vasquez

    United Nations (UN) (2006 - 2009)
    Ambassador Gaddi H. Vasquez was elected Board Chairman of Project Concern International (PCI). Ambassador Vasquez will spearhead the strategic direction of PCI's efforts to expand its work to prevent disease and promote sustainable development in 16 countries around the globe.
  • Gilbert A. Robinson

    Special Advisor to the Secretary of State (1983 - 1985) United States Information Agency (1981 - 1983)
    In July, Ambassador Gilbert A. Robinson was appointed as the President and CEO of International Publishers in McLean, Virginia.
  • Fay Hartog-Levin

    Netherlands (2009 - 2011)
    On Friday, May 17, Arts Alliance Illinois presented its Citizen Advocate Award to Ambassador Fay Hartog Levin. The award recognizes individuals whose vision and civic leadership provide a heightened visibility to the value of the arts. A benefit luncheon, titled "Voices of a Creative State," was held in coordination with the award presentation. Ambassador Fay Hartog Levin served as the United States Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 2009-2011 and currently serves as The Chicago Council on Global Affairs' Senior Adviser on European Affairs. She has been an active member of Chicago's civic community as a member of the Illinois Arts Alliance Board from 1997–2009 and as its Chairman from 2006–2008.
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Recent Fellow News

  • Josh Rubin

    Class of 2013
    Congratulations to Josh Rubin who will begin Yale Law School in the Fall 2017.
  • Anna Boadwee

    Class of 2014
    Anna Boadwee is currently serving in the Peace Corps in Malawi. She is an NGO Advising Volunteer in the health sector.
  • Stephen M. Jones

    Class of 2012
    Stephen M. Jones graduated with a Masters in Economics from George Mason University under fellowship from the Mercatus Center. He will be employed at the Volpe National Transportation Center in Cambridge, MA as an Economist. He plans on eventually pursuing a PhD in Economics, Politics, or Political Economy and continuing his research interests in African institutions and American Regulatory Processes.
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