Presentation on “Creating the Future One Student at a Time” with the President of St. Francis College

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  • Creating the Future One Student at a Time

    January 22, 2019

    Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - The Global Foundation for Democracy and Development (GFDD) and its sister organization in the Dominican Republic, la Fundación Global Democracia y Desarrollo(Funglode) will host a conference on “Creando el futuro un estudiante a la vez” (Creating the... Read More

  • InteRDom 2018 Begins its Fall Program

    September 20, 2018

    Santo Domingo – On Monday, September 10 InteRDom’s 2018 fall program got underway in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, with the presentation of a new intern who will participate in the current program led by Manuel Medrano, GFDD’s program coordinator. The intern that... Read More

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    InteRDom 2018 Begins its Spring Program

    April 23, 2018

    Santo Domingo - Last Monday, April 16, InteRDom’s 2018 spring program got underway in Santo  Domingo, Dominican Republic, with the presentation of the two new interns that will participate in the current program by Manuel Medrano, GFDD’s program coordinator. The interns that... Read More


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Rachel I. Reiser Assistant Dean for the Undergraduate Program, Boston University School of Management

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Giselle Deñó Sciences Po – Dominican International Student Program Summer 2013

“The experience completely exceeded my expectations. The cultural knowledge and experiences I gained here far surpass any class I’ve ever taken. I’ve made lifelong friends and countless memories that I will hold onto for the rest of my life.”

Ryan Cowen Rhode Island University - Expert in the Spanish Caribbean 2011