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Ambassador

The highest ranking foreign diplomat representing a country to another government. For example, the highest ranking British representative in the United States is the ambassador from the United Kingdom. An ambassador speaks for the government he/she represents.
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* In addition to the ambassadorship programs, the Appraisal Institute sends representatives to international appraisal and valuation groups.
The Appraisal Institute's efforts to establish relationships with foreign appraisers not only involve the ambassadorship programs to individual countries, but includes representatives to international appraisal and valuation groups as well.
Between you and me, when the board of directors approved this program, they didn't restrict how many Ambassadorships could be granted.
Once you have recruited two new members and signed their membership applications, your Ambassadorship is secure, and a lapel pin identifying you as an Ambassador will be sent.
The Ambassadorship is an easy way to keep the resolution, but there are other ways to get involved: NEHA also has an Endowment Fund and a Scholarship Fund to which you could contribute.
The recipient of the 2018-19 ambassadorship and award will be announced at a ceremony at 5:15 p.m.
The finalists for the Tri-Cities Jank Ambassadorship are:
Charles Jank Award and Tri-Cities Jank Ambassadorship is awarded to one exceptional local youth who has been nominated by teachers, mentors and/or peers for their exemplary academic achievement and unique ability to demonstrate leadership, creativity, initiative and community awareness in classroom and extracurricular activities.