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Trevor Potter Joins Advisory Board of The Adlai Stevenson Center on Democracy

October 9, 2013, Globe Newswire

The Adlai Stevenson Center on Democracy announced that  Trevor Potter has joined the Center's Advisory Board. The Center was formed in 2008 to enhance the global understanding and practice of democracy. Mr. Potter will support the Center in its goal to identify challenges to democratic systems of government and conceive practical ways of addressing them.  Joining Mr. Potter on the Advisory Board are Lee Hamilton and current members Caroline Cracraft, Ambassador Tommy Koh, Bill Kurtis, Jack Matlock, Frances Mautner-Markhof, Peter Nardulli, Adele Simmons, and Katherine Hamilton-Smith.  For the complete article, please visit the Globe Newswire's website.

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"I am very pleased to be involved with the Stevenson Center, which does a superb job of discussing issues of national and international importance in a thoughtful and informative way," Potter said. "The Stevenson Center is one of those groups that does exactly what it claims—it informs citizens, and gives them the tools to become better citizens."

Senator Adlai Stevenson remarked, "With the addition of Lee Hamilton and Trevor Potter to our Advisory Board we are further building our capacity to bring the public the best, most informative programming on the challenges and opportunities to democratic systems of government. We rely heavily on our boards to share their experience and wisdom in this regard, and we are grateful to have members like them who bring intellectual capacity, experience, and connections."


 


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