The partnership with the Embassy Series exhibits the Center's continued support for musical & cultural diplomacy
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Trade Center Management Associates (TCMA), a privately held wholly owned subsidiary of the Boston based Drew Company, has announced that Andrew F. Gelfuso has joined the Board of Trustees of the Embassy Series. He serves as Vice President and directs the Office for Trade Promotion at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, DC. In this capacity Gelfuso directs the global mission of the Center while focusing on international business development, partnerships, and government relations.
"We're proud of Andrew's commitment to service in our local community," said TCMA President and CEO John P Drew. "Andrew's support of the Embassy Series and other nonprofit organizations is a prime example of our strong culture of volunteerism at TCMA."
Founded and led by Jerome Barry, the Embassy Series has been a leader in cultural and musical diplomacy by bridging cultural gaps through music, cuisine, and relationships. The mission of the Embassy Series is to promote international understanding and global cultural diplomacy through music and the arts, by extending public access to Washington DC's embassies and ambassadors' residences, highlighting their music and culture and showcasing American and international artists.
Having founded The Embassy Series in 1994, Barry has organized concerts with 73 embassies in Washington. The series has garnered many accolades and is considered one of the foremost arts organizations in the country and has an international reputation for excellence in the Musical Arts.
About Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center & TCMA:
The Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center is the largest structure (3.1 million square feet) in Washington, DC and is owned by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) and is operated by Trade Center Management Associates (TCMA). As the first and only federal building dedicated to both government and private use, it is mandated by Congress to bring together the country's best public and private resources to create a national forum for the advancement of trade and cultural diplomacy. It is also designated as the official World Trade Center Washington, DC, housing a premier conference and event center, executive office space, ample meeting and event facilities, parking, retail and dining opportunities. Visit: www.itcdc.com.
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