The Global Compass Leadership Award is given to an IFE intern, fellow, or other outstanding young person who has demonstrated, on a sustained basis, exceptional leadership, initiative, innovative thinking, and entrepreneurship in enhancing global perspectives, understanding, and connectivity. Jenny Shore, the first recipient of the Global Compass Leadership Award, is the Founder of NEXT GEN and an IFE intern. She has studied Arabic, Hebrew, and French at an advanced level. In addition, she is a classically trained pianist who has played at embassies and other prominent locations throughout Washington, DC. Following her high school graduation last May, she interned at Al Jazeera Arabic. Currently, she is an intern at CBS News’ “60 Minutes.” Jenny plans to attend college in the fall and recently was accepted at Harvard University.
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IFE’s Emerging Technology Roundtable hosts Monica Popp, COS, Office of the Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn
The Institute for Education’s Emerging Technology Roundtable (ETR) hosted special guest Monica Popp, Chief of Staff, Office of the Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn. The dinner was held by IFE’s Diplomatic Steward H.E. Dirk Wouters, Ambassador of the Kingdom of Belgium at the Belgian Residence. By invitation only. View: Guest List About our Guest Speaker: Monica Popp currently…