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May 23, 2018
The Stars and Stripes are one symbol of the United States. A melting pot is another. CIA student Kyleen Johnsson ’19 brought those ideas together when she designed the winning entry in an art competition sponsored by an Ohio-based executive talent search firm.
The result is a digital painting that will be printed and disseminated to human resources professionals nationwide.
“I do a lot of search work for major corporations and educational institutions, and almost every search I'm involved in involves diversity,” said Larry S. Imely, CEO of Lawrence Stephen Partners. “They want to make certain that they...
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