Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union

“Brava,” Bravo

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Abstract

Another round of applause for Cynthia Bravo, director of Member Programs, who retired from AGU on April 2. She was awarded a plaque from the Executive Committee “in appreciation of your devotion and friendship, your imagination and humor, and your championship of AGU members for more than 30 years; we salute you and thank you.” AGU President Brent Dalrymple presented the award to Cynthia at a staff luncheon on March 13.

Cynthia began her AGU career in 1960. In the letter of notification of her appointment to this position, A. Nelson Sayre, General Secretary, said “The position is a permanent position, but we point out that even beyond the period of probation, permanency in the position depends on continued high performance of your duties, and includes punctuality and regularity in your attendance in the office.”

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