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That whole “authenticity” thing…

By on February 25, 2011

I love meeting people at the end of a presentation or speech.  There is the usual flurry of quick hellos, a traffic jam of business cards that exchange hands, and some quick-fire meetings.  For someone like me, it is an adrenaline shot of social inspiration.  I always leave those…


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When the Ben Franklin Room feels more like a Living Room

By on February 18, 2011

The Benjamin Franklin Room in the Department of State is one of the most lovely rooms in Washington.  It surprises you with its Americana regality, fine furnishings and art, perched on top of the brutalist block that is the State complex on 21st and C.  It’s the place where…


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New Talking Points

By on February 2, 2011

It’s not every day that you get a bipartisan bang-up line-up of President Clinton, President Bush, Madeleine Albright, Tom Ridge and Bill Gates in the same room.  If you’re Liz Schrayer and the team from USGLC, however, it is within the realm of possibility.  These were the names  tonight…

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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