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Fulbright New Zealand leadership panel

Fulbright New Zealand leadership panel:
Fostering leadership through international exchange

For sixty years Fulbright New Zealand has fostered leadership, learning and mutual understanding between cultures by offering educational exchange programmes between New Zealand and the United States of America.

As part of 2008 New Zealand Leadership Week, Fulbright New Zealand invites you to a panel discussion featuring three esteemed alumni of exchange programmes administered by Fulbright New Zealand:

Dr Ruth Harley
Chief Executive, New Zealand Film Commission
Chairperson, Fulbright New Zealand Board
Fulbright alumna

Dr Karen Poutasi
Chief Executive, New Zealand Qualifications Authority
Harkness Fellowships alumna

Prof Rob Rabel
Pro Vice Chancellor (International), Victoria University of Wellington
Fulbright alumnus

Come along to hear about their exchange experiences in the US and their views on the role of international exchange in developing leadership among New Zealanders.

12:00-1:30pm, Friday 1st August
Fulbright New Zealand
Level 8, 120 Featherston Street, Wellington

Light lunch provided. Places are limited so acceptances are essential, by email to info[at]fulbright.org.nz before Monday 28th July.


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