In July 2019 Citizen Diplomacy Alliance, in partnership with the US Consulate in Nogales, Sonora, began a 5 week (Saturday) program for 15 7 & 8th grade girls in Nogales, Sonora on STEM. Alma Peralta, board member of Citizen Diplomacy Alliance, headed up this project. She lined up the programs, attended all the sessions and Read more about The Sonoran Grant Project[…]
At one of our board meetings we took a second to snap a picture of our board members. These dedicated people make the events and programs that we do possible.
In June Pat and her husband, Greg, joined other friends and family for a cruise on the Danube. What this did for Pat was to allow her to see some of the countries that she hadn’t traveled to but have hosted visitors from here in the IVLP program. We were in German, Austria, Hungry ,with Read more about Opportunity to visit Europe[…]
On July 2 the U.S. Consul General, Virgina Stabb, her husband, Andre, and staff welcomed hundreds to the residence of the CG for a celebration of the independence of the USA. This lovely event included leaders from Mexico and the USA. The opportunity to meet new people, share our story of Citizen Diplomacy Alliance is Read more about Independence at the Consulate[…]
On April 11, 2019 Congressman Tom O’ Halleran met with Pat Watson at a Town Hall meeting in Thatcher at Eastern Arizona College. The congressman spoke to local citizens regarding their concerns, answered questions and took time to visit with Pat about Citizen Diplomacy Alliance.
Captain James Scott me with visitors from Uzbekistan at the department. Captain Scott and his team have met with a number of the international visitors sharing best practices, advanced training and many subjects of interest to law enforcement officers from around the world. We thank the department, Assistant Chief Carla Johnson and her whole team Read more about Visitors from Uzbekistan[…]
These delightful people shared their stories of the Holocaust with those that attended the speaker series at Pima Community College District Office. We thank them for their continued fight to end this horror. It still goes on, and must be stopped.
We are delighted to have our new banner which states the different things we are doing! We hope you will join us to make a difference in the world, just one handshake at a time and you will see the difference, a friend is made and perception about the USA changes!
Citizen Diplomacy Alliance, Eastern Arizona College and the Gila Valley Rotary invite you to a special presentation on Human Trafficking Featuring Jerry Payton, Executive Director of Sold No More and Lisa Hansen, Program Manager The Mission of Sold No More is to end sex trafficking in Southern Arizona and provide a hopeful solution to this Read more about Citizen Diplomacy Alliance, Eastern Arizona College and the Gila Valley Rotary invite you to a special presentation on Human Trafficking[…]
To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona JFCS of Southern Arizona has published two volumes of “To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona” that share the personal testimonies of 81 Holocaust Survivors. Throughout the year, Survivors read their stories in public libraries and other community venues. Please come and listen to their first-hand Read more about To Tell Our Stories: Holocaust Survivors of Southern Arizona[…]