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Cameroonian Symposium - Sat March 13th 2010 4PM

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  • P. Sylvie Yonke
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE           (www.cps-usa.org)   CPS New York Symposium at Columbia University   Baltimore, Maryland (March 2, 2010) – The
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      FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE           (www.cps-usa.org)
       
      CPS New York Symposium at Columbia University
       
      Baltimore, Maryland (March 2, 2010) – The Cameroon Professional Society (CPS) expresses its gratitude to those who attended the CPS Houston Symposium and participated to make the discussion lively and spirited. To continue engaging the community on issues affecting Cameroonians, Cameroon and Africa, in general, the CPS is organizing a Symposium in New York on March 13, 2010. This symposium will focus on the topic:
       
       
      "Transforming the Cameroon Economy in the 21st Century"
       
       
      A distinguished group of panelists has been put together to lead the discussion. They include among others,
       
      Emmanuel Mbi, PhD – Former Country Director, World Bank, Washington, DC.
      Jacqueline Muna Musiitwa, Esq. – Founder & Executive Director, Transitional Trade, New York, NY
      Samuel Bong, BA – Graduate Student, International Development, Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD
       
      Venue:
      Columbia University
      2960 Broadway
      New York, NY 10027
       #1 train to 116th St.
       
      Time:
      Saturday March 13, 2010
      4PM - 8PM
       
       
      This symposium is open to the general public. Please visit the symposium webpage for details or contact us to see how you can become involved. Your financial and intellectual support is appreciated. Please click here to donate to the CPS.
       
       
      Contact:
       
      Eyong Nsoesie
            ensoesie@...
            +1 (410) 499-1569
            www.cps-usa.org
       
       



      Cameroon Professional Society (CPS) is a not-for-profit organization of Cameroonian professionals with the goal of nurturing a robust generation of leaders and keen on effecting positive change in the lives of Cameroonians in the Diaspora and in Cameroon.
       

       
      Paule-Sylvie Yonké
      Balafon Communications
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