Speaking tour begins for CFC Founder
CEO and Founder Jamie Amelio
embarks this month on a busy travel schedule to update our global supporters on CFC's progress within the greater context of the successes and challenges faced by Cambodia's education system.
Jamie's travels take her first to Singapore and Siem Reap, then to key events at regional chapters in California, Chicago and the Northeast, and finally to Switzerland in May.
We would like to call attention to two upcoming speaking appearances, in particular, as each offers opportunities for supporters to attend and hear first-hand Jamie's accounts. For information on either event, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chicago (Friday March 4th):
Jamie will join a moderated panel of speakers at the Chicago Council of Global Affairs "Health of the Next Generation" symposium. The event will take place at The Standard Club in downtown Chicago and will be attended by two hundred professionals and students interested in global health. Admission is USD$75 for members, USD$95 for non-members and USD$35 for students. Registration closes March 3rd.
Ohio (Wednesday April 27th):
In partnership with Women for Women Ohio and Kent State University, Jamie will be sharing the stage with Cambodian-born author Loung Ung whose personal memoir "First They Killed My Father" offers a poignant tale of survival under the Khmer Rouge regime. Details on the event are forthcoming.