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									Thursday, October 1, 2009                                         Saturday Morning, October 3, 2009            -

Embassy Suites Hotel Salon IV and V                               Embassy Suites Hotel, Salon IV and V

1:00 pm Arrival and Registration                                  9:30 am Seminar: “Assessing East African Education”
                                                                          -John Dwyer, Moderator
3:00 pm Opening Session - Brooks Goddard, Presiding
                                                                            Panelists:
4:30 pm “Throw Down Your Heart” –Movie about East Africa                    -Ismail Gyagenda, Mercer University
        -Priscilla Lane, Commentator                                        -Robert Owor, Alumni Assoc. of East African Educators
                                                                            -Derreck Kayongo, CARE, International
5:45 pm Assemble in Lobby – Ride to: 1423 Cornell Rd. NE.                   -Irene Mbari-Kirika, Our Reading Spaces Foundation

6:00 pm Schuchard Reception: Food, Drinks and Music               11:00 am Seminar: “Locally-Funded Projects in East Africa”
                                                                           – Ron Schuchard, Moderator
Friday, October 2, 2009
                                                                            Panelists:
The Carter Center, Cyprus Room
                                                                            -Felker Ward, Rotary Club, Kenya Water Project
                                                                            -Karen Schaefer, Friends of Tanzania, Education Project
8:30 am Assemble in Lobby: Depart Hotel for Carter Center
                                                                            -Stanford Thompson, Music Project in Meru, Kenya
9:30 am Seminar: “The Carter Center in East Africa”
                                                                  12: 00 pm Seminar: “ TEAA Projects ”
        – Shelby Lewis, Moderator
                                                                           – Henry Hamburger, Moderator
        Welcome – Brooks Goddard, TEAA President
                                                                            Panelists:
         Speakers:
                                                                            -Pat Gill, Retired, St. Augustine, Fl
         -John Stremlau, Director, Peace Programs
                                                                            - Ed Schmidt, Editor, TEAA Newsletter
         -P. Craig Withers, Jr., Health Programs
                                                                            - Betty Castor, University of South Florida
                                                                            -Sharon Hartmann, Retired, Los Angeles, CA
11:00 am The Carter Center Library and Museum
        - Sam Bell, Moderator
                                                                  1:30 pm    Assemble in Lobby –Ride to King Center
         Speaker and Guide:
         -Jay Hakes, Director, Carter Center Library and Museum   2: 00 pm Cultural Activity: “The King Legacy”
                                                                          Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change
12:30    Luncheon: “Education in East Africa”                             - Shelby Lewis, Moderator
         -Hank Hector, Moderator
                                                                            Speakers:
         Keynote Speaker - Prof. Perezi Kamunanwire                         -Isaac Newton Ferris, President & CEO, King Center
                                                                            -Courtney Chartier, Archivist,– The King Papers
         Ugandan Ambassador to the United States                            - Eric Vickers, Morehouse College
         City of Atlanta Proclamation, Councilman C.T. Martin               Comments: Ambassador Perezi Kamunanwire
2:00 pm Seminar: “Atlanta-Based NGO Activity in East Africa”      3:30 pm Film and Guided Tour of the King Center
        -Robert Scully, Moderator
                                                                  4:45 pm Assemble in Quad – Ride to Hotel
        Panelists:
        -Nell Diallo, MedShare                                    5:30 pm Reception (Atrium) and Networking (Salon IV & V)
        -Ravi Jayakaran, MAP International
        -Michael Nyenhuis, J-9 Foundation                         7:00 pm Free Time
        -Walter Dean, Habitat Aid Initiative
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4:00 pm Tour of Carter Center Grounds – On Your Own               Sunday Morning, October 4, 2009
                                                                  Embassy Suites Hotel, Salon IV & V
4:45 pm Assemble in the Cypress Room – Ride to Hotel
                                                                  9:30 am TEAA Business Meeting
5:30 pm Manager’s Reception (Atrium Lobby)                                – Brooks Goddard, Presiding

6:00 pm Free Time                                                 11:00 am Church Service or Atlanta Attractions
ATLANTA ATTRACTIONS

Within walking distance of Hotel: Georgia Aquarium, World
of Coca Cola, CNN Center, Centennial Olympic Park, Philipp’s
Arena, Georgia Dome, Georgia World Conference Center,
Underground Atlanta, Peachtree Street shops and                     TEACHERS FOR EAST AFRICA ALUMNI
restaurants.                                                                     (TEAA)
                                                                               www.tea-a.org
Near MARTA stations: The High Museum of Art, Woodruff
Arts Center, Auburn Avenue Research Library, City, County,
State and Federal buildings, Fox theatre, Atlanta University Art
Gallery, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, Hammons House, Atlantic
Station, a city within the city - take MARTA to Atlantic Station,
and great restaurants and shopping at Lennox Square and
Phipps Plaza in Buckhead - take MARTA to Lennox Square
station.
                                                                           Biannual Conference
Car needed: Carlos Museum at Emory, Stone Mountain Park,                      October 1-4, 2009
Little Five Points, Fulton County Arts Centers, Hammonds                    ATLANTA, GEORGIA
House, Fernbank Science Center and Planetarium, Zoo
Atlanta and many other wonderful attractions.

1:00 pm Departures




                                                                    “UNDERSTANDING AND SUPPORTING
                                                                       EDUCATION IN EAST AFRICA”

Atlanta ’09 Planning Committee

Shelby Lewis, Chair
John Dwyer
Hank Hector
Keith Schuchard
Robert Scully


                                                                               ATLANTA ‘09
                                                                              Conference Sites:
                                                                            Embassy Suites Hotel
                                                                             The Carter Center
                                                                              The King Center

								
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