Because the ambassadorships
were informal, the Appraisal Institute didn't necessarily target a particular country, instead relying on individuals that had life-experience, expertise or often visited a particular country.
Retired generals, admirals, and air chief marshals have been appointed chancellors of universities, hold ambassadorships
to dozens of countries, and even preside over the Pakistan Squash Federation.
At the Annual Educational Conference in Providence last June, I announced that we were launching a new program called NEHA Ambassadorships
in the coming year.
But by awarding ambassadorships
to 19 Pioneers--supporters who raised at least $100,000 for his 2000 campaign--George W.
this year, including Richard Egan of EMC Corp.
His blocking the ambassadorships
of Jim Hormel and Carol Moseley-Braun, his impeding the payment of our U.N.
diplomatic posts, including ambassadorships
to Brazil, Argentina, India, and the United States.
This will be the third Tri-Cities Jank Ambassador following the ambassadorships
of George Ressinger and Crystal Kotvan.
Navy in World War II, the London School of Economics, Averell Harriman's Albany, John Kennedy's New Frontier, a Harvard professorship, the Nixon White House, ambassadorships
to India and the United Nations, the senatorship from New York, leadership of the Senate Finance Committee, and re-election to a fourth term by a landslide even during the Republican revolution of 1994.
Today, civil service is based on merit, but there's one position in government where it pays to know the president: ambassadorships