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Arctic Military Environmental Cooperation Program AMEC (AMEC)

In partnership with CDR Associates ( provided facilitation services at a series of meetings (US only and Russian-American-Norwegian) that resulted in development of a 5-year AMEC strategy in English and Russian languages.


Stationary Plasma Thrusters

Assisted a US propulsion company in winning long-term multimillion-dollar procurement from a leading US satellite manufacturer. This involved forming a Joint Venture with a Russian company, obtaining Russian Government permits (a decree signed by the Prime Minister) to transfer the Russian thruster technology to the US, delivering joint Russian-American presentations to major US aerospace customers. [reference letter]


Fuel Cell Electric Power Plants

Assisted a US fuel cell manufacturer in developing the Russian market for their technology; facilitated client senior management strategy development meetings; on behalf of the client negotiated a Memorandum of Understanding with Gazprom (the biggest Russian gas company).


Conference Support

In partnership with Hospitality Services, Inc. provided document translation, interpreter/translator teams, simultaneous interpreting equipment, airfare, ground transportation and lodging for conferences, including Joint Service Pollution Prevention Conference, The Arctic Council Senior Arctic Officials Meeting, Non-Lethal Weapons Conference, Training Course on Environmental Management for senior Russian military officers.


Interpreting services for senior level officials, including:

The Exxon Mobil Chairman and CEO, The Halliburton Company Chairman, President and CEO, The President of Kazakhstan, The Russian Prime Minister, US Vice President, The Russian Foreign Minister, The World Bank President, Israel Foreign Minister.


Kazakhstan Investment Conference

Designed and produced the 2005 Trade and Investment Conference, which featured Vice Chairman of Chevron Texaco and Deputy Prime Minister of Kazakhstan as keynote speakers. Ms. Karpiesky successfully managed conflicting needs of U.S. sponsors and Kazakh government. She raised the necessary funds, managed the project against schedule and budget, as wel as lead and managed the team. Ms. Karpiesky designed and implemented the process enabling U.S. and Kazakh businesses to connect prior to the event. This resulted in many concrete projects starting during the conference.



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