James T. Towne, Jr. ’67

Attorney James T. Towne, Jr. ’67 Discusses Charitable Efforts in Africa in TV Interview. Jim Towne (’67) was recently interviewed by TV host Salim Amin of THE SCOOP to share his first-hand experience as Trustee of the Loisaba Community Conservation Foundation, Inc. (“LCCF”), a not-for-profit organization serving Laikipia communities in Kenya, Africa.  The one-on-one interview is part of a series intended to shed light on those who are dedicated to making a difference in Africa.  The series is broadcasted to over 100 million households in Africa and Europe.  The interview can be seen on: http://www.a24media.com/the-scoop-episode-34-jim-towne/


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