Laraine M. Mai

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Laraine M. Mai is the past President of International Center for Integrative Studies. "She has over thirty-eight years of nonprofit leadership and management experience as a founder, executive, and consultant in the fields of education, youth services, international issues, and interfaith cooperation. In 2002 she launched RiverTides, an ICIS leadership education and consulting services program. Previously, she served as Vice-President of ICIS for Programs and Planning; was co-founder of The Door - A Center of Alternatives, a model multiservice center for adolescents; designed and established an experimental high school; and conducted research and demonstration projects addressing learning and adolescents. She also served as the first Executive Director of the Interfaith Center of New York Civic involvement includes: Member of the Board of the Mid-Hudson Valley World Affairs Council, the National Advisory Council of the NewYork Open Center, the International Advisory Council of CANHELP, Svenshogen, Sweden, and the Founders' Council of The Interfaith Center of New York." [1]

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  1. Kosmos Journal Laraine M. Mai, organizational web page, accessed May 5, 2012.
  2. United Nations Items-in-Secretary-General's Statements, organizational web page, accessed May 5, 2012.