Unemployment is a nasty problem for all parts of American society and it is worse in Europe, especially among young people.

Mr. Dilenschneider will discuss this topic as well as how people at all levels can find work and how they should do it.

After leaving his position as President and Chief Executive Officer of Hill and Knowlton Inc. in 1991 Mr. Dilenschneider founded the Dilenschneider Group,Inc in October 1991 and serves as its Chairman of the Board.

Mr. Dilenschneider began his career in public relations in 1967, and has since worked with a wide variety of organizations. He directed communications activities during the Chilean grape tampering crisis, the US Steel/Marathon merger, the Kansas City Hyatt disaster and the Three-Mile Island accident. Mr. Dilenschneider has been Trustee of Institute Of International Education Inc. since 1989. He served as Member of the Board of Governors of the American Red Cross, and serves on the advisory boards of the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center and the College of Business Administration at the University of Notre Dame.

Mr. Dilenschneider received a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame, and an M.A. in journalism from Ohio State University.

Arranged by: Martin Skala