Visitors to the US Capitol in Washington during January and February might just find their tour guide speaking with an Australian accent.
“There are a lot of people on Capitol Hill who think partnership is a dirty word. The current administration doesn’t. Now is the critical moment to engage with the US.”
When Aneta Peretko’s parents left Poland in 1996, they would never have dreamed their six-year-old daughter would one day walk the halls of the US Congress as an intern, or that she would take centre stage as the former US Ambassador to Australia received an honorary doctorate at Flinders University.