Jim Friedlander presents on “Contemporary Africa-China and Corruption-Challenge or Curse?”
After graduating from Harvard Law School in 1966, Jim joined the Peace Corps and was stationed in Malawi. Thus began a half century international career. He was legal advisor to Malawi’s Foreign Ministry, followed by stints with the World Bank, Citibank and international law firms both large and small. He has lived for extensive periods in the DC area, Nairobi, Moscow and now London and has worked directly in 25 African countries as well as in the Soviet Union/Russia and Eastern Europe. Jim has worked as both a lawyer and banker and served on the boards of a listed bank and a listed mining company. He is currently on the board of a renewable energy company.
During this semi-annual trip to the States, he will join other 1966 Malawi volunteers in Florida.
Lunch choices: Roast beef sandwich, chicken pesto, and vegetarian with vegan option, served with Hungarian vegetable soup, cookie, coffee and tea. Lunch will be served at 11:30.
To register email Margy or call her at 207-377-2031
Remember if you order lunch and plans change you need to notify Margy ahead of time or pay the GF for your meal. Of course as always you are welcome to bring your own lunch.