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Save the Children’s Mark Shriver to Deliver “Making Service Part of the American DNA,” April 7

March 30, 2010
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Mark K. Shriver, who leads Save the Children’s U.S. programs, will deliver a public lecture, “Making Service Part of the American DNA,” on Wednesday, April 7, 6 p.m., at New York University’s Rosenthal Pavilion, 10th Floor, Kimmel Center for University Life.

The event, the 2010 Ashok C. Sani Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence Lecture, is free and open to the public. For questions concerning the lecture, please email fas.events@nyu.edu or call 212.998.6880. Please RSVP by April 1 by clicking here.

Shriver, vice president and managing director of U.S. programs, leads Save the Children's programmatic and advocacy efforts to improve the early childhood development, literacy, physical activity, and nutrition of children living in impoverished rural communities across the United States. He also leads Save the Children's domestic emergency response programs and efforts to ensure that the unique needs of children are incorporated into disaster preparedness, response, and recovery plans.

Ashok C. Sani, for whom this lecture is named, was a graduate of NYU’s Stern School of Business and president of C.G.S. Industries Inc.

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Press Contact: James Devitt | (212) 998-6808

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