Six ISH residents, representing a cross-section of the world’s nations, recently were hosted to a luncheon by Liechtenstein’s Ambassador to the United States, Her Excellency Claudia Fritsche, at her residence. Ambassador Fritsche briefed the ISH attendees on her responsibilities as her country’s representative to the U.S. and provided insight into the day-to-day duties of a foreign ambassador in Washington. She also discussed her own career and explained how the role of women in her country’s government had changed over the years. The occasion afforded the opportunity as well for the residents to conduct a dialog with the Ambassador, exchanging information about their experiences in the United States and observations about life in their home countries. This program was organized by ISH Board Member Lawrence P. Dunham, former Assistant US Chief of Protocol.