A Peruvian woman who has been sponsored by the West Virginia CEOs as an exchange student at WVU, gave a video presentation to Calhoun's CEOs this week.

Romina Biancato gave a view of her life growing up in Peru and coming to attend school in West Virginia.

The presentation was made during a luncheon at the "Y" Restaurant.

Romina is getting a degree in textiles, apparel and merchandising.

She recently returned to Peru to bring her 17-year-old brother to this country, who is attending school here.

Romina says she enjoys helping people understand her country and culture.

Romina Biancato (center) receives financial held from
Calhoun CEOS, Sue Collins (left) and Pat Radabaugh (right)

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