Mary Jean Eisenhower
American humanitarian
Mary Jean Eisenhower
Mary Jean Eisenhower is an American humanitarian, and the granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. She has worked to develop and expand the mission of People to People International [PTPI PTPI]. Eisenhower became the Chief Executive Officer of PTPI in January 2000 and its President in 2003. She still holds these titles.
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  • 2003
    Age 47
    Her vision came to fruition with Peace Camp 2003: An Evolution of Thought and Change and the Global Peace Initiative.
    More Details Hide Details Both the Peace Camp and the Global Peace Initiative brought participants from over 30 nationalities together in Egypt to discuss contemporary issues and gain nuanced insights into the varied and unique cultures represented among the participants. H E Suzanne Mubarak, First Lady of the Arab Republic of Egypt cohosted this event. The program continues to be active today. Ms. Eisenhower has been awarded the Knight of Peace Award from the International University in Assisi, Italy. She also holds Honorary Doctorates in Humane Letters from Schiller International University, Park University and Jewell College. She was awarded the Medal of Honor from the Slovak Republic as well as Friendship Ambassador from the People's Republic of China, among others.
  • 2000
    Age 44
    Eisenhower became the Chief Executive Officer of PTPI in January 2000 and its President in 2003.
    More Details Hide Details She still holds these titles. Mary Eisenhower was born in Washington, D.C. during President Eisenhower's first term and was christened in the Blue Room of the White House. She grew up in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on the Eisenhower Farm, where President Eisenhower retired after his time in office. Ms. Eisenhower attended Westtown School in Pennsylvania until her father, John Eisenhower, was appointed Ambassador to Belgium.
  • 1999
    Age 43
    Inspired by an orphanage she visited in Morocco, Ms. Eisenhower launched the People to People International Friendship Fund in 1999.
    More Details Hide Details The Fund is designed to enable individuals to support the service-oriented facilities they visit throughout the world and to provide a mechanism through which the network of PTPI Chapters can assist one another. Today, the fund has supported causes ranging from the Global Humanitarian Eradication of Landmines, Children's Mercy Hospital in London, England, earthquake relief in India, disaster relief to victims of September 11, 2001, and their families, support of underresourced schools in China and Sri Lanka, a home for leukemia victims and their families in Cuba, to a library project in Vietnam and the Friends of Egypt organization. One hundred percent of all funds received by the International Friendship Fund are allocated in support of the projects specified by donors. After the September 11th terrorist attacks, Ms. Eisenhower became intently focused upon bringing young people from around the globe into contact with one another in order to expose them to diverse cultures and conflict management tools that might facilitate the amelioration of long-standing disputes.
  • 1969
    Age 13
    She lived in Belgium from 1969 to 1972.
    More Details Hide Details Eisenhower began her career working on Capitol Hill and then managed an engineering firm. She also has served as a Fellow at Stanford University. During her work with People to People International, Ms. Eisenhower visited Morocco to represent her family to the King on the 50th anniversary of the Casablanca Conference. She also traveled to the beaches of Normandy to meet many of the veterans who served with her grandfather on the D-Day invasion. In the last six years, Ms. Eisenhower has left US soil over 70 times and visited over 40 countries. Missions have ranged from meeting first families to distributing foodstuffs in developing countries to cultural and humanitarian exchanges.
  • 1955
    Born in 1955.
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