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Glenn Williams is retired after 25 years fundraising for his alma mater, Washington State University, Colonial Williamsburg in Virginia, and Principia in St. Louis. He became personally engaged in Middle East issues while on a trip through Egypt and Jordan, when a visit into Israel was cancelled due to fighting in the West Bank. Standing on Mt. Nebo in Jordan, where according to Deuteronomy Moses first saw the Promised Land, he could see Jerusalem in the distance but was also denied entrance. He wondered then what could be done to bring peace to the region. He was introduced to Janessa and the Euphrates Institute a few years later after joining the Principia staff. He saw through their efforts the potential for realistic solutions and wanted to find a way to assist.