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  • Her grandfather's vision of "personal diplomacy" changed the direction of Mary Jean Eisenhower's own life

    On the 60th anniversary of People to People, founder President Dwight D. Eisenhower's granddaughter, Mary Jean Eisenhower, talks about why her grandfather's vision of peace through "personal diplomacy" is now more relevant than ever. Eisenhower, now People to People International's president and CEO, also recalls meeting Sergei Khruschev, Nikita Khruschev's son. That meeting changed the direction of her life.

On the 60th anniversary of People to People, founder President Dwight D. Eisenhower's granddaughter, Mary Jean Eisenhower, talks about why her grandfather's vision of peace through "personal diplomacy" is now more relevant than ever. Eisenhower, now People to People International's president and CEO, also recalls meeting Sergei Khruschev, Nikita Khruschev's son. That meeting changed the direction of her life. Jill Toyoshiba and Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star
On the 60th anniversary of People to People, founder President Dwight D. Eisenhower's granddaughter, Mary Jean Eisenhower, talks about why her grandfather's vision of peace through "personal diplomacy" is now more relevant than ever. Eisenhower, now People to People International's president and CEO, also recalls meeting Sergei Khruschev, Nikita Khruschev's son. That meeting changed the direction of her life. Jill Toyoshiba and Matt Campbell The Kansas City Star

Mary Jean Eisenhower is working to fulfill her grandfather’s passion for peace

November 04, 2016 7:00 AM