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Andrei Corduneanu Elected to Board of Trustees for Global
Non-profit Organization People to People International

Kansas City MO, USASeptember 6, 2013 – People to People International (PTPI) is proud to announce the election of Andrei Corduneanu, resident of Piatra Neamt, to the PTPI Board of Trustees.  PTPI Trustees are nominated by PTPI Chapter Presidents or a current Trustee.  They are elected by PTPI’s Board of Trustees.  Corduneanu will serve a three-year term.

The Board of Trustees is made up of PTPI members who have a strong sense of stewardship of PTPI’s mission and who identify with the purpose, goals, and objectives of the organization.  At both national and international levels, Trustees represent PTPI to the public.  Valuable assets to the present and future success of PTPI, Trustees contribute their expertise, provide advice, take part in programming, and support PTPI humanitarian initiatives.

“We could not be more pleased that Andrei will contribute his significant knowledge and experience to our Board of Trustees. He has made a significant impact in promoting our mission, particularly within his community,” said Mary Eisenhower, president of PTPI and granddaughter of the organization’s founder, President Dwight D. Eisenhower.  “It is inspiring, and a true testament to the character of the members of our Board of Trustees, that so many people around the world are willing to dedicate their time and talents to our mission.”

Corduneanu is President of PTPI’s Roman, Romania Chapter, which works to bring PTPI’s ideals of global education, understanding, and humanitarianism to life at the local level. He is an active participant in PTPI conferences, which bring together people of multiple countries and cultures to exchange ideas and experiences. Most recently he attended PTPI’s European Conference in Varna, Bulgaria.

Regarding his election, Corduneanu states:  “This is a great honor for me and for my chapter. This election proves me that we are doing a good job here in Roman and that we are on right track in order to promote PTPI’s mission in our community. I must thank all our chapter’s members for their involvement in the last few years and I hope I will rise to the expectations that my new position within PTPI demands.”

Source: https://www.ptpi.org/