Woman talking with notepad in her hand and TIES logo on wall in background
Forty American alumni of more than ten U.S. government-sponsored exchange programs came together in Washington, D.C. this month to expand on their experiences disrupting illicit trafficking networks.
TechWomen alumna Crescence Elodie launched the chatbot through her organization to help Cameroonians check their symptoms and find info.
Alumni participants at the conference in Vilnius, Lithuania
ENAM alumni from Germany, Poland, Netherlands, Italy, Estonia, Ireland, Hungary, Georgia, Romania, Montenegro, Russia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan along with Lithuanian professionals working in the fields of law, IT, finance, business, academia, and politicians and senior civil servants gathered to discuss important cybersecurity challenges and ideas on how to make cyberspace resilient for businesses, individuals and governments across borders.
Critical Language Scholar and nurse Wendy van Giezen is using her skills in New York City to help fight against the coronavirus.
Three generations of the Gishyan/Grigoryan family of Armenia have traveled to the United States on an exchange program, each serving as a role model to the successive generation.