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Testimonial: Keith Kozloff, Grinnell College

Keith Kozloff

It is no exaggeration for me to say that my participation in the 1971 ACM India program had a profound effect on both my career and personal life. During my stay in Pune, I studied everyday life in a nearby village to better understand how the intersection of ecology, economics, and culture played out in how village families managed a key resource, namely their cows. As a result of this experience, I became interested in working in interdisciplinary settings and in international development. Now, 40 years later, I am still working internationally at the intersection of environment and economics at the U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation. Moreover, my ACM experience instilled in me a lifelong attraction to Indian culture, especially its food and music.

—Keith Kozloff, India, 1971

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