Thank you for visiting The Saturday Syndicate! This site is intended to do two things: (1) make high-level concepts relevant to a diverse and educated audience and (2) contribute to global cooperation and understanding through a better-informed voting public.
The site creator, editor, administrator and also a writer, Barry A. Saturday, is a former stockbroker and financial advisor. His educational background consists of a B.A. in Foreign Languages and International Economics and a M.A. in Diplomacy with a concentration in International Commerce. He is currently a graduate student in Education at the University of Kentucky.
Britten Bolenbaugh holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Missouri – Kansas City and a M.A. in Diplomacy with a concentration in International Conflict Management from Norwich University. She has worked throughout Kenya as an HIV/AIDS Counselor and Testing Facilitator and attended United Nations talks at the Hague in regards to the Yugoslavian conflict as well as talks for the formation of the EU and the push for a unified currency. She currently works as a Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in the representation of abused and neglected children.
Jake Eyre has a M.A. in Diplomacy from Norwich University with a concentration in Counter-Terrorism and has recently accepted a position at AmeriCorps Vista.
Chris Rottenberg currently holds the position of researcher at the Osgood Center for International Studies in Washington, D.C. Chris has a B.A. in Criminal Justice from Georgia State University and a M.A. in Diplomacy from Norwich University with a concentration in Counter-Terrorism.
Orlando Saíz is the newest member of The Saturday Syndicate. He holds a B.A. in English from the University of California-Irvine and an M.A. in Diplomacy from Norwich University, with a focus in International Commerce. In addition to a background in music and the arts, his areas of interest include food policy, environmental protection and entrepreneurship.
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