Saturday, September 11, 2010

Bro. Ambasador Taylor and Wife Still Making Headlines in the South Pacific

It is approaching one year since Brother Teddy Taylor, Gamma Pi's Immediate Past Basileus, left the streets of Prince George's County for the sunny shores of the South Pacific as U.S. Ambassador to Papua New Guinea (PNG), the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu. Today, he is still making major diplomatic news for the U.S. and so is his wife, Antoinette Corbin-Taylor (Delta Sigma Theta).

Visiting with Australian defence officials
Recently, both the Taylors were featured in the regional press; Bro. Taylor principally for his work with the Pacific Partnership 2010 humanitarian assistance mission during their recent visit to and exercises in PNG and Mrs. Taylor for partnering with internationally known activist and photographer Ann Jones to exhibit the work of local female artists in the country.

Here are more South Pacific news items recently reported on Brother Ambassador Taylor:

This press release from the Australian Defence Ministry includes several photos of Bro.Ambassador Taylor touring an Australian ship as part of the U.S.-led Pacific Partnership 2010...

This news article from U.S. military public affairs talks about a jazz performance given for Brother Ambassador Taylor and other high-ranking officials in the region by the U.S. Pacific Fleet Band as part of Pacific Partnership 2010...

Brother Ambassador Taylor is pictured here with three Papua New Guineans in July who are headed to the U.S. as Fulbright Scholars...

Click here to send Bro. Taylor a shout out all the way to the South Pacific.

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