Blog Entries for the 'Getting Ready for Our Trip' Category

Trip to Peru

My colleague, Jennifer Klahn, and I met many wonderful and giving people.  We secured some auction items to raise funds for AIA’s programs including education and site preservation.  There are fabulous archaeological sites in Peru and much to be done in order to protect them. I experienced many things during my second trip to Peru, […]

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Goals of the Trip

1)      find out how we can best help people in need around the world 2)      connect people who can help with those in need – via the web and by partnering with other organizations 3)      help people learn about global issues such as poverty, hunger, lack of education, disease, etc by sharing pictures, videos and […]

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Following Teresa through Peru

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Bella doesn’t like planes or shots

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Ready to Learn

Right now I cannot wait to go on our trip. This week is finals week at my high school, and nothing sounds better than to go far away, experience new things, and not have to worry about schoolwork. While a lot of my reasons for wanting to go on the trip right now sound like […]

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Making Room in My Life for a New Adventure – not an easy thing to do

Leaving My Job It’s early January, and I’ve spent most of the last couple of weeks touching base with AIA donors and Trustees, letting them know I am leaving, but that I still care very much about the AIA and will do all I can to help it continue its success.  Someday, I would like […]

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Quest to Help Others and Learn About the World – the Adenture Begins

Leaving the Job I Love December 23, 2009.  Today I begin my blog.  Today is the day I told the President of the Board that I am leaving our organization.  I am the Executive Director of the Archaeological Institute of America and the Publisher of Archaeology magazine.  I tried to tell him once before, but […]

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