Plenary & Workshop Sessions, Oct. 5• The main sessions of the Community Summit on Citizen Diplomacy were held in the Student Union Building on the main campus of the University of New Mexico.
OpeningPlenary(Top) Carol Yarnall,ACIV President,presides at openingplenary.Cari Guittard providesopening plenary talk onFive Trends AmericansCan’t Afford to Ignore.
WorkshopsGlobal MarketsWorkshop featuredDante Di Gregorio, left,Adam Trujillo and LuisDomenech talking aboutthe importance ofCitizen Diplomacy indeveloping InternationalMarkets.
WorkshopsCarol Grabauskas, left,of U.S. Department ofState, and Carol Yarnalltalk about theinternational, nationaland local impact ofCitizen Diplomacy.
WorkshopsDr. Alan Pope, left,AnnaRae Simson, JohnWhite and Ian Chengtalk about theirrespective internationalexperiences as CitizenDiplomats.
WorkshopsDr. Sherry Mueller, top,and Zane Maroney,bottom left, and ErinBush talk about CitizenDiplomacy and theimpact on education andcareers.
LuncheonPlenaryCheo Torres, Universityof New Mexico,welcomes RichardBerry, Mayor ofAlbuquerque to theluncheon plenary.Torres welcomedattendees to the campusand talked aboutsponsoring the summit.Mayor Berry at theluncheon proclaimed“Citizen Diplomacy Day”in Albuquerque
LuncheonPlenaryAmbassador WalterCutler gave theluncheon plenaryaddress on the impacton the U.S. of thepolitical revolutions inthe Arab countries of theMiddle East.
Summit Community Partners• The Albuquerque Committee on Foreign Relations• Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce• Albuquerque Sister Cities• Albuquerque Sister Cities Foundation• Central New Mexico Community College – Service Learning Program• Corrales International School• Friendship Force International• Fulbright Association –New Mexico Chapter• Girl Scouts -New Mexico Trails• Greater Sandoval County Chamber of Commerce• The International Business Accelerator• Kiwanis Club of Albuquerque• Latin American & Iberian Institute, University of New Mexico• Oasis – Albuquerque• Professional Aerospace Contractors Association• Pueblo of Isleta – New Mexico• Rotary Club of Rio Rancho• Santa Fe Council on International Relations• Santa Fe World Affairs Forum• The University of New Mexico