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Church of Scientology National Affairs Office newsletter

Church of Scientology National Affairs Office newsletter

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Published by Tony Ortega
On the anniversary of its opening, Scientology's National Affairs office in DC puts out a happy report
On the anniversary of its opening, Scientology's National Affairs office in DC puts out a happy report

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Published by: Tony Ortega on Oct 26, 2013
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Message from the Executive Director
It’s hard to believe that a year has passed since we started and at the same time, we can’t believe thatwe’ve accomplished so much in only a year.I hope you enjoy this newsletter and look forward to hearing back from you about your own visit toWashington to see the National Affairs Office or to find out how we can work together. Call or email theoffice today at 202-667-6404 or email publicaffairs-us@churchofscientology.net.Best,Beth AkiyamaExecutive Director 
In this issue
Church of Scientology National Affairs Office Celebrates One-Year Anniversary National Affairs Office Concert Features Music Dedicated To Human Rights
Church of Scientology National Affairs Office CelebratesOne-Year Anniversary
 Actress Jenna Elfman with Executive Director of the National Affairs Office Beth Akiyamaand U.S. Congresswoman Corrine Brown at the first anniversary celebration.
Government officials, diplomats and community leaders joined the Church of Scientology National AffairsOffice to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the dedication of their office at the Fraser Mansion inWashington, D.C. Special guests included U.S. Members of Congress, foreign ambassadors,congressional staff, dignitaries and numerous representatives of non-governmental organizations.Helping to host the celebration was actress Jenna Elfman, Golden Globe Winner and recipient of theHoward University Goodwill Ambassador Award for her work in the field of human rights and criminalrehabilitation and reform.Ms. Elfman spoke of the humanitarian programs the Church of Scientology supports. “When you reach tohelp someone you want to actually see results,” she said. “That’s what is unique about these social betterment programs. Every time they are implemented, effective change happens, conditions improve insociety, people get better.”
 Former U.S. Congressman Dan Burton addresses other distinguished guests at the first anniversaryof the opening of the Church of Scientology National Affairs Office.
As a hub for disseminating these programs internationally, the National Affairs Office has worked withdozens of Congressional offices, embassies, U.S. State Department desks and nonprofit groups since itsdedication on September 12, 2012, to bring the public and private sector together to effect change. It hashosted more than 100 workshops, forums and seminars on issues including human trafficking and other human rights abuses, illicit drugs, recidivism, energy reform and illiteracy.

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