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In an effort to provide the best possible service to our clients Pomegranate International has become involved in various organizations as members and officers. These affiliations include:

  1. BulletLos Angeles-Guangzhou Sister City Association
    The Los Angeles-Guangzhou Sister City Association, established in 1981, is part of the International Sister Cities, founded in the 1950's by President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The purpose of the Los Angeles-Guangzhou Sister City Association is to promote friendly ties between Guangzhou and Los Angeles, as well as between the United States and China. This is accomplished through cultural, educational, scientific, health services, sports, trade and commercial exchanges between the two cities.
    Katherine Whitman is Vice Chair and board member;
    Peter H. Antoniou is a member of the Board of Directors

  2. BulletNational Committee on US-China Relations
    The National Committee on United States-China Relations has worked at the forefront of the dynamic and expanding Sino-American relationship, helping to shape American foreign policy toward China. The Committee educates Americans and Chinese about the realities of each other’s countries, promotes the principles of education, not advocacy, represents the diverse views and facets of American society, and reaches out to government officials, opinion makers and the general public.
    Members of the Committee

  3. BulletUS-China Peoples Friendship Association
    The US-China Peoples Friendship Association’s goal is to develop and strengthen friendship and understanding between the peoples of the United States and China. USCPFA was founded as a national organization in 1974, working on people-to-people diplomacy between Americans and Chinese. Over 50 chapters in four regions spanning the United States comprise the organization.
    Members of the Association

  4. BulletValley International Trade Association
    The Valley International Trade Association was founded in 1979 by a group of dedicated Valley business professionals and educators responding to the need for a local association focusing on issues in international trade. Since its inception, VITA has been the only resource, referral and educational association for international business in the Greater San Fernando Valley.
    Katherine Whitman is President of the Association

  5. BulletEconomic Alliance of San Fernando Valley
    The Valley Economic Alliance is a private, non-profit economic development and marketing corporation that works with public and private stakeholders for the purpose of growing and sustaining the economic base of the San Fernando Valley and improving the quality of life in the five-city region of Calabasas, Burbank, Glendale, Los Angeles and San Fernando.
    Katherine Whitman is member of the Executive Board