THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL
AFSA BOOK MARKET
Start your holiday shopping at AFSA!
The second annual AFSA Book Market will
showcase books by Foreign Service and FS-affiliated
authors, who are featured in this month’s “In Their
Own Write” roundup (see p. 31). AFSA invites you to
stop in to shop for books and meet the authors.
Coffee and tea will be served.
Thursday, Nov. 19, 1-4 p.m.
Open to the public
A NEW FACE AT
AFSA’S USA I D OF F I CE
In September, the American
Foreign Service Association wel-
comed its newest staff member,
Erika Bethmann. Erika joined the
team as the staff assistant in the
AFSA USAID office located at the
Ronald Reagan Building in Wash-
A New Jersey native, Erika splits her time
between working at AFSA and studying at The
George Washington University’s Elliot School
of International Affairs. She was previously a
content development specialist with Law Street
Media, a web-based platform covering law and
public policy written by and for millennials. Erika
first came to AFSA as an intern from June to
September 2015, supporting AFSA’s labor man-
agement efforts at USAID.
AFSA is pleased to welcome Erika to the
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