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Richard Edelman spent the past week in Seoul and Tokyo, visiting with our impressive local teams and calling on our global clients.
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Richard Edelman hosted the retirement party for Dr. Michael Carrera, a pioneer in pregnancy prevention and teen counseling, who worked at the Children’s Aid Society for the past 42 years.
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This summer, I visited Jefferson’s home in Monticello. It is a place of wonder. The front hall is festooned with items sent by explorers Lewis and Clark.