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Beatrice Agyarkoh

Events Coordinator | agyarkoh@ipinst.org

Beatrice T. Agyarkoh, a native of Ghana, joined IPI in April of 1998 and has held a number of positions within the organization. She is currently an Events Officer.

Beatrice's responsibilities include assisting with meeting organization, providing support on an annual basis for the Defense Institute of International and Legal Studies (DIILS), and organizing IPI's annual New York and Vienna Seminars.

From March 2002 to May 2006, Beatrice assisted in IPI's accounting office.

Beatrice earned her associate’s degree in arts from Queensborough Community College, NY.



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