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At 6:57pm on July 7, 2007, Robert DiCalogero said…
Hi Linda, thanks for inviting me to join your network of friends. I am an executive coach working in the Washington, D.C. area and Vice-President of Coaching for MIDEGO, a minority owned consulting firm in public health with an international orientation. In my previous career I was a senior staff member of the International Monetary Fund (33 years, retired in 2004); therefore I have extensive experrience not only in international development and economics but also in leadership development.
At MIDEGO we are developing a set of courses in public health that are delivered over the internet with coaching from coaches/peers at HQ. This form of blended learning (case studies and coaching) offers the promise of tailoring our producst to clients needs and ability to master the material at their own pace.
At 6:55pm on July 7, 2007, Dennis Otieno ORICHO said…
Dear Linda,

I want to thank you for your invitation. I humbly accept it uncondational. I am looking forward to joining one of the USA university for MA in Peace and Reconciliation Studies.

Cheers and God bless. Lets keep each other posted.
At 2:44pm on July 7, 2007, Beril Saydun said…
Hi Linda, thanks for inviting me in your network. I am currently working in a university where I deliver lectures on gender, nationalism and migration (in Germany). I would like to also launch a club related with gender, peace and conflict resolution. Since I am involved in the educational side more, I think it is also very important to raise an awareness on the subject. I would be glad to exchange some information with your center to be able to have some more ideas and transfer the knowledge in the formation of the peace and conflict resolution initiative.
At 12:18pm on July 7, 2007, Sushma Bajracharya said…
Thanks very much Linda for inviting me to be your friend. I ma from Nepal and right now working with German Technical Cooperation as senior advisor for conflict Transformation in Sri Lanka.
At 11:02am on July 7, 2007, Ros Floyd-sanchez said…
Dear Linda, thanks very much for your request to be your friend. I have no professional expertise but am working to set up idealistic projects in collective land ownership, neighbourhood sharing and world peace networks. These projects are at the seed stage where I am in touch with local friends who wish to collaborate in the UK. If you or anyone reading this is interested, do get in touch.
At 9:30am on July 7, 2007, Shahida Aman said…
Dear Linda
Thankyou very much for the friendship invitation. In terms of employment and job backgrounds, we both have University jobs. I am currently doing research on my PhD topic 'state failure and state building in Post conflict societies: A case study of Afghanistan'. I am sure as the Director of the Centre for Conflict Management, you must be involved in valuable research on conflict ridden societies. It would be very helpful if we could share information on Afghanistan and Pakistan. I am looking forward to hearing from you. Some information on details of your research activities is also very welcome. Thanks again.
At 8:24am on July 7, 2007, Azamat Temirkulov said…
Dear Linda,

thank you for your friendship!
At 8:03am on July 7, 2007, Anel Kulakhmetova said…
Dear Linda,

Thank you for your kind invitation!
At 7:55am on July 7, 2007, ahmed el-bashir ismail said…
dear linda;
thanks a lot for your request to be my friend,vi do appreciate it and hope that we can make the best of it. see you oon
At 7:40am on July 7, 2007, Jamaluddin Khan said…
Thanks Linda for the invitation!
At 6:44am on July 7, 2007, jason kaas said…
Dear Linda,

Thank you for your friend request! I know that together we all can make that difference we know is possible! Work Hard to achieve your goals, that's what my great grandfather's friend's son once said.


At 1:44am on July 7, 2007, Cassandra Clifford said…

Thank you very much for the invite. I have looked at your Bio at Kennesaw University, and you have done some very diverse and interesting work. I saw you administered a US funded grant for your project in Ukraine, maybe you can give me a little advice on US government grants. I am looking into applying for some at the moment for trafficking issues. Though I have been a professional fundraiser, it is a bit more worrisome to do it as an individual.

I look forward to speaking with you and learning from your expertise.

At 1:34am on July 7, 2007, ahmad amara said…
Dear Linda,
Thank you for your kind invitation. I hope we'll have goos e-relationship. I reside in New York right now. I would love to hear from you more about you rexpertise Re. Epypt.
Best regards,
Ahmad Amara
At 10:10pm on July 6, 2007, Elvira Beracochea said…
Thanks for your invitation, Linda. Please visit our website to get to know us and let me know what you are doing these days. Maybe we can work together!


At 9:51pm on July 6, 2007, CBeresniova said…

Thank you for your friend request. I see that one of your areas of interest is Ukraine. I just spent a considerable amount of time researching national identity in Ukraine (though never had the opportunity to pay it a visit...yet). It is a fascinating part of the world. I look forward to talking with you more someday! ~C
At 7:18pm on July 2, 2007, Eduardo Gonzalez-Cueva said…

thanks so much for your kind invitation. Recently, i have been exploring issues of accountability and the struggle against impunity for HR violations in the Caribbean, and I realize reading your profile that you have expertise on barbados. I'd love to hear more about the country and your knowledge of it.
At 4:38pm on June 25, 2007, John Schot said…
By the way, if something pops up in eastern europe, please keep me in mind. I love that part of the world. Worked in Russia, Kazakhstan, tadjikistan, Uzbekistan, and georgia. Have a house in Simferopol and Sevastopol. I would like to return to this part of the world since I speak Russian and an married to one,
At 4:37pm on June 25, 2007, John Schot said…
Waugh, the Ukraine and georgia. Worked and live there. What was the organisation you worked for?
At 3:01pm on June 20, 2007, David Manyonga said…

Thanks for the invitation - great to touch base with colleagues in the struggle. You shall forgive my slow response because accessing email from the back of beyond is hard.
At 5:20am on June 20, 2007, Amaran Jambulingam said…
I will be in Cairo, Egypt from July 19 to July 28. I am there for a conference. If you want me to do anything for you, please let me know.

If you have some good friends, who are interested in sustainable development, and who are available for us to meet, please let me know.

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