Tue, 22 October 2013
Rotarian Joan Prince, Vice Chancellor of Global Inclusion and Engagement at UW-Milwaukee, shared her experiences as the senior advisor to the State Department, Ambassador and public delegate that represented the United States to the 67th General Assembly of the United Nations. As the occupant of the US Chair during that Assembly, Joan preseted an up close and personal lens of the work and impact of the United States Mission to the UN. She placed special emphasis on the work of Rotary International and the utilization of the Four-Way test in global decision making.
The A.D. Robertson Fund of the United Nations is a special fund within the RCM Community Trust created by the family of past president Robbie Robertson to provide educational programming to Rotarians and the community about the humanitarian and peace building work of the United Nations. This program honored the 68th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations.
Download Ambassador Prince's PowerPoint here.