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Meet Brendan Shultz, a Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange Scholar who studied abroad in Macedonia, and says being an #ExchangeAlumni is the "gift that keeps on giving!"
Razan Al Aqil, an 18-year-old Saudi student and alumna of the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study (YES) program, recently represented Saudi Arabia as a delegate to the 2016 United Nations Youth Assembly.
Savannah Wooten's 10 months in Sarajevo sparked within her a deep interest in the power of policy and diplomacy to prevent, mitigate, and comprehensively respond to international conflict and mass atrocity crimes.
After her exchange, Sarah Bibbey cofounded an NGO in Kumasi, Ghana called Enliven Mama Africa, which empowers Ghanaian mothers through a diverse portfolio of strategies.
During his 2009-2010 exchange, Pandu observed the benefit of active civic engagement in the United States.