National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations

The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations

invites you to attend a luncheon in honor of

Ambassador Joseph LeBaron
United States Ambassador to the State of Qatar

in recognition of his service and dedication to the bilateral relationship
between the United States and the State of Qatar.


Friday, April 15, 2011
12:30pm - 2:30pm

The Pavilion Room
The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

1300 Pennsylvania Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20004

Hosted by Dr. John Duke Anthony, Founding President and CEO,
National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations


Sponsored by Chevron, Boeing, Qatar Airways,
and The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center


Seating is limited, R.S.V.P. (acceptances only) is required
by submitting your Name, Title, Email, and Phone Number
to RSVP@ncusar.org

A government-issued, photo identification is necessary to enter the Ronald Reagan Building.

All guests must check in at the registration table upon entering the Pavilion Room.

If you have any questions you may call the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations at (202) 293-6466.



SPONSORS

Chevron Boeing Qatar Airways The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center


About the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations

Founded in 1983, the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations is an American non-profit, non-governmental, educational organization dedicated to improving American knowledge and understanding of the Arab world. The Council has been granted public charity status in accordance with Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. The National Council does not employ or retain a lobbyist.

Vision

The National Council's vision is a relationship between the United States and its Arab partners, friends, and allies that rests on as solid and enduring a foundation as possible. Such a foundation, viewed from both ends of the spectrum, is one that would be characterized by strengthened and expanded strategic, economic, political, commercial, and defense cooperation ties; increased joint ventures; a mutuality of benefit; reciprocal respect for each other's heritage and values; and overall acceptance of each other's legitimate needs, concerns, interests, and objectives.

Mission

The National Council's mission is educational. It seeks to enhance American awareness, knowledge, and understanding of the Arab countries, the Mideast, and the Islamic world. Its means for doing so encompass but are not limited to programs for leadership development, people-to-people exchanges, lectures, publications, an annual Arab-U.S. Policymakers Conference, and the participation of American students and faculty in Arab world study experiences. As a public service, the Council also serves as an information clearinghouse and participant in national, state, and local grassroots outreach to media, think tanks, and select community, civic, educational, religious, business, and professional associations. In these ways the Council helps strengthen and expand the overall Arab-U.S. relationship.




National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations

1730 M St. NW, Suite 503, Washington, DC
Phone: 202-293-6466 | Fax: 202-293-7770




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