World Affairs Council Inland Southern California
& California Baptist University…invite you to an important international policy discussion
The U.S. & 21st Century Africa Daunting Obstacles, Amazing Opportunities,
and the Role of the Entrepreneur
featuring Ambassador Robin Renee Sanders, D.Sc.
Amb. Robin R. Sanders
Thursday, March 28, 2019
California Baptist University
8432 Magnolia Ave., Riverside 92504
5:30 - 7:45 pm
5:30 pm Speaker Reception for CBU & WAC
6:15 - 7:45 pm Talk & Discussion
Copenbarger Dining Room, 2nd floor Yeager Bldg.
Map: https://calbaptist.edu/about/Campus%20Map%202017.pdf Park free across from the Yeager Bldg.
Reception & TalkPre-registered
WAC Members = $20 Non-members = $25
Members/Non-members = $25
Talk Only (Arrive a little after 6 pm)
Public = $10
All University & HS Students w/Teacher = Free
Register at: https:// www.wacinlandsocal.org
Why is Africa a critical player in a stable global future in relation to poverty, health, human rights and free government?
What government policies and business practices are the best way forward for Africa? What is the most effective role for the U.S. in Africa?
Robin Renee Sanders, Woodrow Wilson Visiting Scholar, is the former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of the Congo, and the Republic of Nigeria, and U.S. Permanent Representative to the Economic Community of West African States. Ambassador Sanders is now CEO of FEEEDS Advocacy Initiative and owns FE3DS, LLC which works on economic development, Information Communication Technologies, and Africa business strategies.
Signing by Dr. Sanders of her book "The Rise of Africa Small & Medium Size Entrepreneurs," follows her remarks.
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11161 Anderson St., Suite 105-PMB 10009
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