KET organizes interaction program

KET organizes interaction program
(L-R) Charles Chasie, Stephen White, Sylvia May and P. Ngully during the interaction program in Kohima on April 8. (NP)
Correspondent Kohima, Apr 8 (NPN) | Publish Date: 4/8/2019 12:28:00 PM IST

The Kohima Educational Trust (KET) organized an interaction program with chairman of the UK Media Monitoring Association, Stephen White, and CEO of KET UK, Sylvia May, at Hotel Japfü Kohima on Monday. The event saw the participation of publishers, writers and media persons of the state.

White shared his experiences working since 1973 as publisher for academic and professional courses, online publications, writing articles, and case studies among other things. In his talk, he shared words of encouragement with local publishers in the profession and also discussed challenges faced.

Sylvia May spoke from her 37 years of work experience heading the HarperCollins international sales team based in the UK. She said she left the company in 2013 in order to focus on the KET and to work with Gordon Graham. 

Sylvia May is the daughter of Gordon Graham, honorary founder and president of the Kohima Educational Trust. Kohima Educational Scholarship (KES) president Charles Chasie also stated that the KET/KES will be organizing a workshop for young Naga writers this year. 

The Gordon Graham prize for Naga literature prize giving function will be held on April 9, 5:30 pm at Hotel Vivor with chief minister Neiphiu Rio and Sylvia May as guests of honour.

The interaction program was also attended by, chairman KES, P. Ngully and other KET/KES members.


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