AFS highlights achievements at Annual General Assembly

AFS highlights achievements at Annual General Assembly

The non-profit, international and educational organization, AFS Intercultura Inc., held its 2022 Annual General Assembly; In this activity, the new members of the Board of Directors were elected.

The celebration of this assembly was attended by more than 50 members from various parts of the national territory.

Sandra Estrella, president of the Board of Directors, presented the achievements of the organization in the last 12 months, highlighting the multiplication of the number of active volunteers throughout the country.

Estrella also celebrated the progress that the organization has experienced by expanding its operations with new programs and the acquisition of a new and modern location.

The meeting’s agenda also included the election of Pedro Soñé Lora, Noris Bello de Acosta and Sandra Estrella as full members of the Board, the appointment of Messrs. José Horacio Rodríguez and Catherine Espaillat as Honorary Members of the Board of Directors and the selection of Dino Menicucci and Altagracia (Taty) Uribe as winners of the National Galatti Award.

Pablo Viñas, Executive Director of AFS, was in charge of presenting the work plans for the coming years, highlighting the important role played by volunteers and the staff of the AFS National Office in the Dominican Republic, in achieving all the goals and the realization of projects.

The work continued with a National Meeting of Key Volunteers in order to prepare the annual operating plan.

About AFS

AFS is the leading organization of cultural exchanges for adolescents in the country, the non-profit entity works with an offer of programs abroad to more than 20 destinations and with an educational curriculum that strengthens the global skills of its participants, local volunteers and host families.

The international organization, with 60 years in the country, is the oldest provider of cultural exchange programs in the world.

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