Maureen Orth Talks Gaelic with Former President of Ireland, Mary Robinson, on St. Patrick's Day!
[Maureen Orth (Colombia 1965-67) has been a special correspondent for Vanity Fair since 1993. She is the founder of the Marina Orth Foundation and Escuela Marina Orth in Medellín, Colombia, which she was a PCV. The MarinaOrthFoundation.org now has 3 schools with 1200 students, all One Laptop Per Child schools in Colombia. Orth began her journalism career in 1973 as the third female writer ever hired by Newsweek and won a National Magazine Award for group coverage of the arts at Newsweek. She is the author of Vulgar Favors (Delacorte Press, 1999), a book about the murder of Gianni Versace, and The Importance of Being Famous (Henry Holt, 2002), a collection of her Vanity Fair articles. PCV Orth in Colombia This piece appeared on the vf.com website on March 15, 2013, and is reprinted with Maureen’s permission. ] Former Irish President Mary Robinson on Gay Rights, Sheryl Sandberg-and Pope Francis’s Future By Maureen Orth 2:17 . . .Read More
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