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Inaugural Executive Committee Board Meeting


U.S. Mission at the United Nations
New York City
March 20, 2008

On March 20th, Ambassador Thomas A. Schweich and Robert O’Brien, the Co-chairmen of the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan, convened the first meeting of the Executive Committee. At the inaugural meeting, the Executive Committee reviewed and unanimously adopted a Charter. [State Dept. photos]

Co-chairmen Ambassador Tom Schweich and Robert O’Brien (seated at the head of the table). [State Dept. photo]
Co-chairmen Ambassador Tom Schweich and Robert O’Brien (seated at the head of the table).
Ambassador Tom Schweich (pictured at center) addresses the Executive Committee. [State Dept. photo]
Ambassador Tom Schweich (pictured at center) addresses the Executive Committee.
Executive Committee Member Peter F. Garvin III, Partner at Jones Day, speaks to the group. Seated next to him are Professor Erika George of the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law (at center) and former Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts Kerry Murphy Healey (at left). [State Dept. photo]
Executive Committee Member Peter F. Garvin III, Partner at Jones Day, speaks to the group. Seated next to him are Professor Erika George of the University of Utah’s S.J. Quinney College of Law (at center) and former Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts Kerry Murphy Healey (at left).

 


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