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Protected: An Educator and Entrepreneur: Fatima Salaam Joins GVP as Director of Development

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Students Celebrate National Poetry Month

By: Olivia McKellar and Johna Meldau National Poetry Month was launched by the Academy of American Poets in April 1996. “National Poetry Month reminds the public that poets have an...
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Diversity Equity and Inclusion in the GVP Workplace

By: Denise Reidy-Puckett, Operations Manager Forbes Magazine (May 2021) stated, “In light of the recent societal spotlight on racial justice and equality, many businesses have taken a renewed interest in...
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“Thank You, GVP Teachers” by Ayat Salameh

I absolutely appreciate all of the teachers at GVP. Every single one of them. They all have a special place in my heart and my life because each one of...
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“My Community,” A Reflection by Alumna Meh Sod Paw

After graduating from college in 2020, taking a transitional year has helped me reflect on all dimensions of my life. Ruminating has helped me realize the importance of not forgetting...
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“Why I Serve”: Han Pham, Vice Chair of GVP’s Board, Shares Her Story

The story of why I serve on the board of Global Village Project begins with my mother.  My mother and father were just 18 years old when Saigon fell in...
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GVP welcomes Elizabeth Elango Bintliff, next Head of School

Dear friends, partners, and caring community, I am thrilled to announce that after an exhaustive search, Elizabeth Elango Bintliff has accepted the GVP Board of Directors’ offer to serve as...
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Teaching in the Time of Corona: A Reflection from Anne Garbarino

Anne Garbarino is the Form 2 & 3 English Language Arts teacher & Literacy Coordinator at Global Village Project, a school for refugee girls. "Ping!" "Ping, Ping, Ping!" Has become the...