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Michael J. Remington, Esq.
President of the Board & Secretary
Arlington, VA
Mr. Remington has been a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Ivory Coast, West Africa; a Fulbright Scholar in Paris, France; and a consultant to the Asia Foundation, the United Nations, the Organization of American States, and the Library of Congress. He is a practicing lawyer with the firm Drinker Biddle & Reath, LLP, in Washington, D.C., and serves as an adjunct faculty member at the Catholic University Columbus Law School and the George Mason University Law School.

Susan Duncan
Washington, D.C.

Ms. Duncan is the Deputy Director for Programs at the Higher Achievement Program, an academic enrichment program for middle-school students in under-served communities of Washington, D.C. She previously taught at the Washington International School and Georgetown Day School.

Marie-Ange Harris
Arlington, VA

As a native of Pondichery, South India, Mrs. Harris brings to the Board her knowledge and cultural insight about India. She serves as personal liaison to our projects in Tamil Nadu in her annual visits to India. She is also active in disseminating information about FORGOTTEN CHILDREN to the local Indian community in the Washington, D.C., area.

Geraldine Dalzell-Payne, Treasurer of the Board
Arlington, VA

Mrs. Dalzell-Payne, a graduate of George Washington University, worked at the World Bank for 25 years in Treasury Operations. Now retired, she runs a bed and breakfast in Arlington, VA. She is married to a native of India and has traveled extensively throughout the Indian Subcontinent.

Laura Huennekens, MSSW
Arlington, VA

Ms. Huennekens has a BA from the George Washington University and an MSSW from the University of Wisconsin. She is a social worker with the Arlington Schools and active in social service and political causes. Her special interests include teen mothers, women’s spirituality and cultural pluralism.

David M. Rothenberg, Esq., Chief Executive Officer
www.mdlinx.com
Washington, D.C.

Mr. Rothenberg joined MDLinx as CEO in June 1999. He previously worked for the Corporate Industries Group at the law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, & Garrison and also served as an economic advisor at the U.S. Department of State. Dave received his A.B. from Princeton University, his M. Phil. from the University of Cambridge, and his J.D. from Harvard Law School. As CEO of MDLinx,he leads the company's strategic direction, oversees the implementation of MDLinx's network of 34 portals, and develops the company's strong network of relationships.

Kathleen M. Walsh
Bethesda, MD
Ms. Walsh is a graduate of Georgetown University School of Foreign Service with a BSFS and a Certificate in Contemporary Arab Studies. A real estate and equity investor, she is actively involved with numerous cultural organizations, frequently acts as a host mother to visiting international students, and volunteers regularly with teens and adults with developmental disabilities for which she received the 2002 Patricia Sullivan Award for Outstanding Volunteer Services.

Ms Faith Stone
Arlington, VA

Ms Stone is currently serving as the Vice President and Secretary of Alacrity Solutions Corporation a strategic planning and consulting firm that provides services in the Homeland Security and Critical Infrastructure areas. A 1977 graduate of Hood College in Frederick , Maryland she received her BA in Early Childhood Education. Throughout the last three decades she has served in a wide range of education related positions where she has focused on helping children grow and reach their full potential. Ms Stone has also been active in grass-root organizations that care for stray and abandoned animals both in the United States as well as in Italy and Bahrain. Additionally, from 1977 to 2002 , she provided support services to the spouses and families of U.S. military service-members who were separated for many months from their loved ones due to extended military deployments.


FORGOTTEN CHILDREN
Mrs. Francoise Remington, Executive Director
1031 North Edgewood Street
Arlington, Virginia 22201
U.S.A.

Phone: (703) 351-9270 Fax: (703) 351-9270
E-Mail: francoise@forgottenchildren.net