"I'd like to take this opportunity to clear up some confusion - The Dosti Initiative has two primary components:
1. A business plan competition open to start-ups in India and Pakistan with cross-border potential; and
2. The Dosti Network itself,…"
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Daniel is a program assistant with the Young Atlanticist Program at the Atlantic Council in Washington Dc.
He graduated with a BA in international relations from Tufts University and a minor in Arabic which he earned while studying abroad at the ALI at AUC. Daniel subsequently returned to Egypt in the fall of 2010 to work for the American Islamic Congress where he managed a public, grassroots debate initiative centered on issues of democratic governance and interfaith tolerance while also conducting youth outreach to Cairo and Alexandria based student activist networks.
Upon returning to the US, Daniel excelled in sales until joining the Atlantic Council where he currently assists with a number of dynamic initiatives dedicated to identifying, connecting, and providing the next generation of leaders in the Atlantic community, and beyond, with a platform for open dialogue and access to unique professional opportunities.
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Program Assistant, Atlantic Councli
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Alternative Dispute Resolution, Business, Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Dialogue, Diplomacy, Economics, Environment, Facilitation, Information and Communication Technology, Media, Security, Social Entreprenuership, Youth
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Budgeting, Communication, Curriculum Development, Fundraising, Program Administration, Program Design, Program Implemenation, Research
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India-Pakistan Track II Dialogue
Fostering Youth Entrepreneurship in MENA
Sharing Best Practices in Environmental and Energy Policy between the US and EU
Young Professionals Exchange Between Turkey and the US
Convening Young Leaders in International Security from NATO Member and Partner Countries
US and EU Veterans Affairs
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