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Senior season Kaisamba started all 11 games and has 43 tackjles. Was named a 2010 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) All Star in 2010. Kaisamba, started 10 games at cornerback for the Hoyas. Became the first Hoya defensive back to earn All Patriot League First Team honors ... Named ECAC Division I FCS First Team ... Led the Patriot League and finished 30th in the nation with 11 passes defended ... Second in the Patriot League and eighth in the country with five interceptions ... Fourth on the team with 69 tackles in 2010. Started four games as true freshman and saw action in ten games overall.
Stacy Pagos Haller is President and CEO of BrightFocus Foundation. She joined the organization (then known as American Health Assistance Foundation) in 2010, bringing more than 25 years of executive experience in the nonprofit sector.
With her extensive background and unique perspective, Haller has compiled an impressive record of moving organizations to the next level of success.
Before coming to BrightFocus, Haller served as Executive Director of CureSearch National Childhood Cancer Foundation, the world’s largest children’s cancer research organization.
For ten years prior, Haller was a consultant to a broad range of nonprofits, helping institutions achieve their strategic goals. Clients included the American Red Cross, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Community Housing Foundation International, Gallaudet University, LaSalle University, Mercy Hospital Fairfield, The National AIDS Fund, YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, and the National Rehabilitation Hospital.
Haller helped create one of the first outcomes measurement training programs for nonprofits. She team-taught best practices for measuring program effectiveness to hundreds of professionals and organizations.
She launched her career at Georgetown University, where she held increasingly responsible jobs, culminating in the position of Executive Director for Regional Advancement. In that capacity, she led efforts to coordinate and integrate alumni affairs, development, and university relations nationally and internationally.
A graduate of Mount Holyoke College, Haller is a Board member of America’s Charities.
Earth, ground, dirt, soil are all names for the growing medium every garden must begin with. We're talking to an expert in soil. Zack is from the family-run garden center in Georgetown, Texas, McIntire's Garden Center. He will share with us what soil to use to grow the very finest fruits, flowers and vegetables. http://mcintiresgarden.com/
COME JOIN PROPHET AND BISHOP DANIEL CARTER TONIGHT AS HE HOST'S HIS HONORED MINISTER OF THE MONTH, HOST AND ELDER JEANNINE BRITTON, AN ASSISTANT PASTOR OF THE TREE OF AGAPE LIFE MINISTRY. SHE IS ALSO THE MINISTER OF THE ARK OF REFUGE YOUTH MINISTRY CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT THROUGHOUT THE GEORGETOWN, SC. AREA. COME JOIN THE PROPHET AS HE WELCOMES THIS LEADER OF HUMILITY. YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS TREAT.
In this booklet we try to sketch the role that the Vatican plays in world politics today and the goal and plan it has for the world.
We also look at the enormous financial resources that the Vatican possesses and the billions more which are at its disposal. We also look at the part that the Jesuits play in helping to implement the goal of the Vatican. In our travels and teaching we find that there is almost a total blackout concerning the sinister aspirations of the Vatican and the Jesuits. Men who purport to write on the great conspiracy that is out to control the world not only never mention the Vatican, but if they do, they make the Vatican out to be the target of the conspiracy rather than the originator of the conspiracy.
It is obvious to anyone who is even remotely interested in the Vatican conspiracy that times have certainly changed the attitudes of Protestant Christians toward the Jesuits. The word "Jesuit" used to conjure up in the minds of those who heard it a malevolent and satanic rictus. But times have changed. Today Jesuits are accorded reverence and respect in all segments of western society, and yes, even allowed back into Eastern society after being banned from countries like China for almost thirty years. (as you read this keep in mind a Jesuit pope is coming to America to speak to a joint session of congress on September 23, 2015)
The Betrayal Papers will trace the influence of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Obama administration’s foreign and domestic policies.
The six-part series will present Muslim Brotherhood USAa picture of a conspiracy that is manipulating the American government to the benefit of a totalitarian, genocidal movement that seeks to establish a global Islamic State.
Suspense Radio One on One is partnered up with Partners In Crime tours. Today we have author Dale Wiley on the show to talk about his latest book "The Intern".
It's 1995. Things are going great for new Washington, DC intern Trent Norris. He's out on his own, he's found a fabulous woman to date, and if he doesn't love his internship, he doesn't hate it either. Life is nice.
But things can change in a moment in DC, and Trent finds himself the prime suspect in two murders and a slew of other crimes. Overnight he becomes the most wanted man in America.
Trent has to find a way -- any way -- out. He finds a way to hole up at The Watergate on a senator's dime and enlists a comely call girl as his unwitting ally. But with the media eating him alive, he knows he doesn't have long before they catch up with him. Can The Intern find his way out of this mess?
From tony clubs in Georgetown to Capitol Hill murders, The Intern has all the twists and turns of a classic DC thriller, with an added comic flair.
PATRIOT JESUIT JOHN CARROLL
As the Carrolls and Freemasonry were influencing the forming of the new American government that was brought into existence in year 1789, precisely 13 years after independence was declared in 1776, we find also a very conspicuous correlation between the launching of the American government and the founding of the American Catholic Church hierarchy. For in that year 1789, John Carroll founded and laid the cornerstone for the first Jesuit college in America at Georgetown: in what was afterwards to be the District of Columbia, and the college that George Washington's two nephews, Bushrod and Augustine, attended. And as George Washington was inaugurated the first President of the United States in 1789, so also was John Carroll elected the first Bishop of the Catholic Church in the United States in the same year. And as the jurisdiction of the first President of the United States was from Georgia to Canada in the north and from the Atlantic to the Mississippi, so too was the jurisdiction of John Carroll's diocese.
Be assured, it is no coincidence that the American government, the American Roman Catholic Church hierarchy, and the Jesuit Georgetown College all mark their beginning from year 1789. But on top of that, it will be shown how a business venture put into operation also in 1789, with George Washington becoming their front man, enabled the Carrolls to have the American seat of government placed in their own front yard.
Now with a little discernment, you will recognize these little coincidences as, perhaps, telltale marks of the Grand Design as the Carrolls, the Jesuits, and Freemasonry played out their roles. It then should become understandable why the Jesuit Georgetown College was incorporated in the District of Columbia seat of the new American government.
Zack Spears of Heights247 and Michael Bohlin of Hoya247 dive in and discuss Boston College and Georgetown's basketball recruiting and the entire world of CBB recruiting. Tune in and enjoy!
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The opening weekend has produced some great endings, new legends, emotional, moments, and new additions to the Gamechanger's :Can't Trust It List!" D. Wils. will welcome one-third of the RSG team to the studio for a special edition of "One Mic!" You know he has a lot to say about what happen this weekend! JayWright...watch out! Kansas...watch out! His beloved Hoyas and JT3 lookout! Get your popcorn ready!
On the occasion of International Press Freedom Day, World Footprints was invited by the United Nations Foundation to attend a powerful event sought to change the narrative and examine women's voices in fragile states and why those voices matter. The UN Foundation co-hosted a distinguished panel which was led by Ambassador Melanne Verveer of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security. She was joined by Krista Hendry from The Fund for Peace, Amy Slaughter and Yar Ayuel with RefugePoint and award-winning filmmaker Elaisha Stokes. The panel discussed the challenges that women face in fragile states and areas where women are taking the lead in reconcilation. They also examined what happens to girls and women as the most vulnerable and neglected victims in conflict afflicted states, and why telling these stories is important.
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