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Maria Wulff: Connecting Oregonians to the World
Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 1:00pm to Thursday, October 4, 2012 - 2:00pm

Come to hear Portland's own Maria Wulff describe how World Affairs Council programs keep Oregonians informed and connected to the global community. Bring your questions about Council-sponsored public events that range from addresses and lectures by international leaders to luncheons, community receptions, networking, book groups, life-long learning, trivia nights and cultural outings.  Learn from her about the joys and adventures of bringing it all about.

Maria Wulff is President of the World Affairs Council of Oregon, the state’s oldest and largest international affairs organization.  She also serves on the national Board of Directors of the World Affairs Councils of America.

Prior to joining the World Affairs Council, Maria worked for over 20 years in international business as Managing Director of a Philippines-based import company which produced goods in four Asian countries for worldwide distribution; international trade consultant; Director of Business Assistance at the International Trade Institute; and founder of an import company specializing in Central Asian artifacts. She has lived for extended periods in Morocco, the former Yugoslavia, and England, and has traveled extensively in over 70 other countries. 

She holds a BA and an MS in History and Social Science from Portland State University, a Certificate in Central European Studies from the University of Zagreb in Croatia, as well as a graduate degree in Business from Harvard University. 

When: Thursday, October 4, 2012, 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Where: Smith Memorial Cascade Room 236

Price: Free

Open to RAPSU members. students, faculty, staff, members of the public.

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