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CCN April 2014 Joint Meeting with CONET : The International Executive Service Corps

  • 09 Apr 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • The Cynwyd Club, 332 Trevor Lane Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004


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The International Executive Service Corps

Andrea Patrick
Associate Vice President, IESC

Networking, 5:30 PM; Dinner, 6:30 PM; Talk and Business Session, 7:30 PM



IESC – the International Executive Service Corps – is a US not-for-profit that sends consultants and volunteer experts to developing countries whose private enterprises, emerging industries, financial institutions, and governments need our managerial and technical expertise. For half a century, the IESC has fielded highly qualified executives and professionals to support the interests and meet the needs of small and large businesses all over the world. Although we are based in Washington, our perspectives are focused on challenges and opportunities wherever they may be, creating private sector business success, introducing cutting edge technology, achieving economic growth and providing cost-effective solutions across a wide spectrum of enterprises and government entities. . Recently IESC/AARP signed a groundbreaking agreement to support Chinese efforts to restructure their economy and industry to more closely align with domestic consumer needs and to help encourage safe and sustainable manufacturing. As the lead implementing partner, IESC is now actively recruiting interested volunteers for this exciting new initiative.


Andrea Patrick serves as the IESC Associate Vice President for Volunteer Services. In this capacity, she is responsible for building the volunteer practice through outreach, strategic marketing and development, and recruitment. Ms. Patrick brings a range of relevant international professional experience to her new role that includes management consulting, non-profit operations, and international education administration for Arcadia University. In addition to Washington and Philadelphia, she has worked and lived in Moscow, Almaty, Amsterdam, and Johannesburg.
A graduate of Georgetown University, Ms Patrick also earned an MA from George Washington, and an MBA from the University of Cape Town.


The Cynwyd Club, 332 Trevor Lane, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004.From I-76 drive S on City Line Ave. (US Rte. 1). Turn right on Conshohocken State Rd. (Rte. 23); stay in right lane. After second light watch for white left-turn arrows painted on street (about .14 mi/750 ft). Do not follow Rte. 23 left at turn but instead go straight ahead onto Llandrillo Rd. (passing to right of Valley Press printing). In one block bear left onto Trevor Lane at stop sign. Clubhouse and parking are on the left. Please park in lot if space is available; otherwise park on Trevor Lane. If lost, call the club at 610-667-4524610-667-4524, ext. 312.  

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Option 1 - Online reservation: Use this page to make a reservation and pay online.  If you choose to make the reservation offline, follow the instructions for Option 2 below.

Option 2 - Offline reservation: To make or cancel a dinner reservation, e-mail or call the ACS office at 215-382-1589215-382-1589 (leave message on voicemail if necessary). Fee, including food and beverages (wine, beer & sodas), is $30 by Saturday April. 9th,  $35 afterwards. Late reservations and walk-ins subject to availability. No-shows will be invoiced. Dietary restrictions accommodated on a limited basis. There is no charge for talk only, but registration is suggested using contact information above.


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