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Window on the World

Displays & Sales

wow displayWOW features culture displays from across the globe. Passports are provide for event goers to receive stamps at each culture display booth. Culture booths are organized by Dr. Ada Haynes’ Cultural Diversity and Cross-Cultural Communications class.

Clubs and organizations from TN Tech and the community set up informational displays and vendor booths throughout the festival. WOW is a great place to purchase unique gifts for yourself or a friend!

Culture Booths

Rayhan Mithu – Bangladesh
Dr. Jim McAfee – Scotland
Chimoa Ekechi – African countries
Manuel Villalba – The Spanish-speaking world
Peggy Fragopoulos – Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji
Aderito Do Rosario Da Cunha Mambares – Timor-Leste (East Timor)
Jennifer Maulding – Lithuania
Debbie Barnard – France and the French-speaking world
Flavia Gjishti – Albania
Zeyad Almutawaa – Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates
Lan Yang – China
Abhi Chauhan – India
Hawzhin Mohammed – Kurdistan and Iraq

Information & Sales Booths

Diane Glasgow – Peace Corps
Massood Taj – Full Circle Art
Melanie Cooper – Usborne Books and More
Ngawant Iosel – 1 Mother Earth
Hannah Mays – Heifer International
Misty Stewart – WCTE (Cookeville)
Carolyn Ross – African Shea Butter
Mohera Narimetla – SMARTS: STEM, Multiculturalism, and the Arts

Food Vendors

Shehab Mahmoud – Middle Eastern
Susan Soeder – Greek, Polish, and American
Elizabeth Smith – Philippines
Chioma Ekechi – African countries
Ana Sanchez – Venezuela
Linda Frisbee – United States (Crepe & Crème)
Lan Yang – China
Esther Langdon – Grenada

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