Washington D.C. 2010 Itinerary

  • Sunday May 16th
    • 3:30pm – Arrive Dulles International
  • Monday May 17th
    • 8:00am – Alyse Nelson – President Vital Voices – Cosmos Club
    • 2:00pm – Layli Miller-Muro – Tahirih Justice Center
  • Tuesday May 18th
    • 9:00am – Community Service Projects – Arranged The Pilgrimage
    • 2:00pm – Betty Hudson – Exec. Vice President Communications National Geographic Society
    • 4:00pm – Ambassador Elizabeth Bagley, Special Representative for Global Partnerships
  • Wednesday May 19th
    • 9:30am – Leonard McCarthy V.P. for Institutional Integrity World Bank
    • 11:30am – Congresswoman. Jackie Speier
    • 1:00pm – Senator Bernie Sanders
    • 2:30pm – Congressman Jeff Flake
  • Thursday May 20th
    • 10:00 am – Congressman Howard Berman
    • 12:00pm – Congressman Barney Frank
    • 1:00pm – Congressman Kucinich
  • Friday May 21st
    • 12:30pm – Admiral Rochon – Executive Director White House Residence
  • Monday May 24th
    • 8:30am – Martha Kanter – Under Secretary of the US Dept. of Education
    • 11:00am – Erica Barks-Ruggles – US Ambassador to the United Nations Deputy Representative
    • 2:30pm – James Fallow – Atlantic Monthly
    • 6:00pm – Panel Discussion with Lobbyists – Halle Czechowski – Larry Cast
  • Tuesday May 25th
    • 10:00am – Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez
    • 2:00pm – Congressman John Lewis
    • 4:00pm – Congressman Sam Farr
  • Wednesday May 26th
    • 8:30am – Ray Suarez – PBS NewsHour
    • 11:00am – Reverend Mpho Tutu
  • Thursday May 27th
    • 9:00am -Ambassador Melanne Verveer
  • Darryl Lovato

    What a opportunity. Make the most of it.

    Not many US citizens, let alone high school students- get to not just meet, but interview, the leaders of our country.

    Carpe diem – Seize the day!

    – Darryl