Monday, April 18, 2011

Gill's Notes::President Obama and Ambassador Hope transform Policy into Practice for the poorest of the poor

Bankers Go Green
January 13, 2011

President Obama starts new relationship between USA and Africa
January 13, 2011 

President Obama on Afghanistan-Pakistan Review
December 16, 2010

Only 10% of Senators and Congress have passports
December 04, 2010 

Queen of Green investing in a generation of orphans
December 03, 2010 

Arms Manufacturers to retool and make green technologies
December 03, 2010

Working Capital and Liquidity for Businesses
December 03, 2010 

Global decision makers must have global experiences
December 03, 2010 

Economic Stimulus must focus on liquidity
December 03, 2010 

Foreign Empowerment Policy -192 countries in global economy
December 03, 2010

President Obama on Bipartisan Meeting
November 30, 2010

Hope advises President Obama to rescind NSSM200 and 201 and start a new US-Africa policy
November 23, 2010

President Obama - Middle East Peace from Policy into Practice
October 12, 2010 

Weekly Address: Help for Vets with PTSD
July 09, 2010

Government, Innovation and the Economy
July 09, 2010

Creating a 'Green Impact Zone'
July 08, 2010

Weekly Address: A Solar Recovery
July 02, 2010

Hope calls Senator McCain to mobilize unemployed veterans
June 26, 2010

Hope and Obama unite bankers to release funds
June 26, 2010 

CNN - Obama on globalization
June 16, 2008

Queen of Green is a global green cooperative brand,a network of green stakeholders from 29 diverse sectors who share a common goal of transforming their world. We unite 29 stakeholder groups to cooperate and collaborate to implement 14 Socialdevelopment Programs that will improve the quality of life for 200 million of the world's poor. Ambassador Hope developed the new Foreign Empowerment Policy for President Obama, Organizing for America and the G20 leaders. Ambassador Hope has developed a Social Investment Portfolio of 14 programs to empower the poor in 70+ countries. She passionately believes in empowering the talent and skills of the poorest of the poor to become green and sustainable. By integrating the development process to ensure energy, food, and health security is combined with education and micro-enterprises for economic security it is possible to mobilize millions of citizens to be the change they want to see in the world.

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