Five Questions for Josephine Pamphile

January 2007
Multichannel News;1/1/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p19
An interview with Josephine Pamphile, president of the T. Howard Foundation, is presented. When asked about the goal of the T. Howard Foundation, she replied that the organization is seeking to become a resource to the television industry, as well as to the students and young women. She said that more work could be done if the telecommunications industry will diversify. Moreover, she added that the foundation aims to place 15 interns in 2007 as well as strengthen its alumni group.


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