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A Salute to the Way Diplomacy Speaks

By on March 9, 2011

Emily and I often say that our time with the Foreign Service were some of our favorite years. I wouldn’t have changed a minute of it. And every time I visit with friends at U.S. Embassies or Consulates while on travel, I am reminded of how proud…


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Highways and Hope in Ghana

By on March 6, 2011

I am in Ghana on an extended layover today. While changing flights we had a few precious minutes to exit the airport and talk with some Ghanaians about what was on their minds in advance of their national holiday celebration this week. It has been a few…


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Carryings on About My Carry-On

By on March 5, 2011

…or “A Fond Farewell to My Two-Wheeled Friend”…

I remember a scene from an old movie I watched as a little boy when a rancher had to “put down” his prize horse. There’s nothing more powerful than the farewell that happens between companions that have lived through thick and…

Aaron Sherinian
Washington, DC

I am a Communicator, Dad and Global PR guy who is inspired by the fascinating people in my life. I love the challenges that a new world of communications means for those of us who work across borders and time zones to try and create powerful conversations that will make the world a better place.

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