Human dignity and humanistic values

Last but certainly not least, Louis Hoffman’s appointed Diversity Committee will continue to function under my presidency and will serve as an important guidance in our ongoing decisions toward the vision of a truly integrated Society.

I am grateful for your confidence in me in taking on this vital leadership role in the Society. Your ongoing support and feedback are valued and appreciated. If not sooner, I hope to see you all in Palo Alto this March!

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