November 29, 2010- Boston, Massachusetts- Young Jewish leaders from ACCESS, AJC’s next generation program, will join together with young diplomats representing ten countries, including the UK, Israel, Japan and others, and young Greek professionals for a special Young Diplomats Reception at the Greek Consulate on December 2nd.
The third Young Diplomats Reception provides a unique opportunity for Boston’s young leaders to engage in global diplomacy on a local level with the world’s future leaders.
“AJC ACCESS is thrilled to welcome young diplomats to Boston and to build new relationships with partners in the Greek community and around the world,” said Josh Steirman, event co-chair. “We are honored to be hosting this event with our friends at the Greek Consulate.
The Honorable Consul General of Greece Constantinos Orphanides and Professor Michalis Psalidopoulos, Constantine Karamanlis Chair in Hellenic and Southeastern European Studies at The Fletcher School at Tufts University, will address the young professionals.
“This encounter will be one more step towards strengthening the ties between the Greek and Jewish communities, which have both lately demonstrated a strong will to enhance their cooperation in all fields,” said the Honorable Consul General Orphanides.
AJC ACCESS was created to establish a younger generation of Jewish global advocates in their 20’s, 30’s and early 40’s who engage in local, national, and international advocacy campaigns. In Boston, ACCESS advances the work of AJC through diplomatic initiatives that are carried out in close collaboration with leaders of diverse ethnic and religious communities, civic and educational leaders, and representatives from nations around the world.
For more information about ACCESS, or if you are interested in attending, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The reception will begin at 7:00 p.m.
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