Speaking Freely talks to Ed Petersen Jr about his work in Ireland.
Speaking Freely sits down with Rob Stowe, of Harvard, to discuss climate change and what needs to happen to fix it.
Ms. Jackie Laulainen is a travel blogger at TheBudgetMindedTraveler.com She is also author of The Aspiring Travel’s Handbook: A Preparation Guide to International Travel.
Malika Zouhali-Worral and Katherine Fairfax Wright are the directors of the award winning documentary film, “Call Me Kuchu.” The film explores the struggles of the LGBT community in Uganda.
Mr.Morgan founded Intercultural Insights in 1994 to provide the highest quality training and consulting to enhance intercultural competencies – the ability to perform confidently and effectively overseas, or with foreign nationals in the United States.
ARTHUR S. BERGER, THE UNITED STATES HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL MUSEUM’S SENIOR ADVISOR FOR EXTERNAL AFFAIRS. In this position, he focuses on the Museum’s international relations, VIP and Development-related outreach, and key aspects of the Museum’s public relations.
Rianna Koppel is an undergraduate student at Maharishi University of Management who recently returned from teaching orphans in Kenya, Africa with the Children’s Orphanage of Kenya.
OMAR MCDOOM IS A RESEARCH FELLOW AT THE BELFER CENTER AT HARVARD UNIVERSITY’S KENNEDY SCHOOL OF GOVERNMENT. His research agenda covers civil wars, genocides, and ethnic conflicts, especially in sub-Saharan Africa.
Chris is a crusader for the cause of mandatory labeling of genetically modified substances in our food and is working to pass legislation in 2009 to protect the consumer’s right to know what is in our food.
Stephanie Brancaforte has worked in the areas of international justice, human rights and development issues. In 2007, she served as an international legal advisor and analyst in the Defence Office at the Iraqi High Tribunal in Baghdad.