The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs is pleased to announce the winners of this year’s U.S. Exchange Alumni Citizen Diplomacy Challenge!
Led by AAA board member and YLP alumna Samira Gasimova and FLEX alumnus Elmir Mukhtarov, the mock exercise provided an opportunity for participants to experience the U.S. legislative process while providing education and experience on how a legislative body makes laws.
SUSI Alumna Zara Apetrei Huseynova and her colleagues celebrated the second anniversary of the founding of WoWoman, a women’s empowerment platform which creates space and tools for women to develop themselves personally and professionally.
Ms. Touré has championed the rights of women and girls in Mali for over two decades.
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A year after her YALI experience, Rachel customized the concept of this incubator to Malawi's context and established mHub, Malawi’s first technology hub and incubator space for emerging young entrepreneurs.
Executive Order grants noncompetitive eligibility (NCE) hiring status within the federal government to U.S. alumni from three State Department-sponsored exchange programs.