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People in the news 5.17.19

Noah Richter

CIEE, a leader in international education and exchange, announced that Noah Richter, a rising senior at University High School, is one of 250 American high school students from across the United States awarded the prestigious Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship for the 2019-2020 academic year. CBYX is a bi-lateral exchange program co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and German Bundestag (Parliament). As a CBYX scholar, Noah will spend the school year in Germany living with a host family, attending a German high school, and participating in a four-week language and cultural immersion. Additionally, there will be a chance to visit the German Bundestag, meet with American and German government officials, participate in intercultural seminars, and explore the country through numerous excursions.

 

Alma Hernandez

Alma Hernandez was selected to model for ELOQUII’s campaign that highlights women who represent erasing stereotypes and who model authenticity, grace under fire, and compassion for those in need. Hernandez, 26, is the first Jewish Latina member of the Arizona State legislature.

 

 

 

Randi Dorman

Randi Dorman will be a candidate on the August Democratic primary ballot. After a successful career in global branding, Dorman moved from New York City to Tucson, where she, her husband and partners purchased an old ice factory and converted it into Ice House Lofts. She was president of the Museum of Contemporary Art and chair of the  Downtown Tucson Partnership. She has been voted Most Influential Woman in Tucson three consecutive years in Arizona Foothills magazine.

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