Deputy Chief of Mission Cutrona Visits Arabian Gulf University

On March 26, Deputy Chief of Mission Aimee Cutrona visited the Arabian Gulf University to talk to mid-career executives on Leadership for the 21st Century.  This course is part of Boston College’s Memorandum of Understanding with Arabian Gulf University to deliver a PhD in Innovation Management. The program is designed to help early and mid-career executives understand the ...
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Embassy Offers, “How To Do Business in the United States” Seminar

On Monday, February 12, the U.S. Embassy, in cooperation with the American Chamber of Commerce in Bahrain (AmCham) and BIBF, held a seminar entitled “How to do Business in the United States.”  The seminar, held on the BIBF campus, included speakers from the U.S. Embassy, Washington, D.C., and across the region.  The speakers gave tips ...
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The U.S. Embassy participates in the Social Media Masters Forum 2017

The U.S. Embassy in Bahrain was a strategic partner in the fifth Social Media Masters Forum 2017, which was held on December 2-3 under the patronage of Shaikh Hisham bin Abdulrahman Al Khalifa, Governor of the Capital Governorate.  The forum was organized by the World Social Media Club (SMC) and Social Media Club of Bahrain ...
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U.S. Embassy and Venus Interiors International Close Entrepreneurship Event Series with Gala Dinner

On November 16, the U.S. Embassy in Bahrain, in cooperation with Venus Interiors International, delivered the grand finale event in a series of entrepreneurship salons. The event, entitled “Engineering to Entrepreneurship,” was organized by Venus Interiors International CEO Hoda Sangoor, who is also an alumna of the U.S. Government-sponsored IVLP exchange program.  The final event concluded ...
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Education Fair Highlights Quality and Diversity of U.S. Universities

On October 30, 2017, Chargé d’affaires Aimee Cutrona opened the US Educational Group university fair in Bahrain for students interested in studying in the United States. The fair featured representatives from 28 American colleges and over 350 prospective students and parents attended the fair and learned about the university admissions process, scholarship opportunities, and campus ...
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U.S. Embassy Marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month

On October 19, Deputy Chief of Mission Aimee Cutrona hosted Ms. Julie Sprakel at the U.S. Embassy for a presentation on Breast Cancer Awareness for U.S. Embassy staff.  With 16 years of healthcare experience, Ms. Sprakel is the Founder and President of Think Pink, Bahrain’s first registered breast cancer awareness charity.  Since Think Pink’s founding ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Cutrona Supports Middle East Pre-Moot Training

On October 12, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP),  in collaboration with the Royal University for Women and the Bahrain Center for Dispute Resolution, held a training session on the Willem C. Vis Moot (Vis Moot) program for coaches and students from various universities across the Middle East, North Africa, and ...
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Deputy Chief of Mission Hosts Ladies Ghabga

The U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission Aimee Cutrona hosted a Ghabga for ladies to celebrate Ramadan and the friendship between the Bahrain and the United States.  During the ceremony, Ms. Cutrona paid tribute to the vital role that women play in Bahraini society.  Female government officials, academics, journalists, exchange program participants, and NGO representatives ...
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U.S. Embassy Participates in the Annual International Embassy Bazaar

The U.S. Embassy participated in the annual International Embassy Bazaar coordinated by the Children and Mother Welfare Society. Deputy Chief of Mission Aimee Cutrona attended to show her support.  Many embassies participated by setting up booths with country related products to sell and donating the funds to the Children and Mother Welfare Society. The U.S. ...
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