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THE FOREIGN SERVICE JOURNAL

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NOVEMBER 2015

77

AFSA NEWS

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.

When:

Thursday, Nov. 19, 1-4 p.m.

Where:

AFSA Headquarters

Who:

Open to the public

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NEWS BRIEF

NEWS BRIEF

AFSA/MARIAC.LIVINGSTON

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-

ington, D.C.

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

team.

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