Fall Line

A memoir told in brief, pithy stories ranging from coming of age in Africa to starting up a technology firm in DC. This is a swooping, soaring jumble of tales from one life crossing into the new millennium. More
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About Michael Gehron

Hi, I’m Mike. I spent twelve years living and working in Afghanistan, Togo, Madagascar and Tanzania. Most of these tales come from there. Between time, I co-founded a consulting firm that grew to 400 professionals. In 2004, my partners and I sold that company to a large public corporation. Some tales relate to those times as well. Since then I’ve been working for the State Department’s Global AIDS program. For the past few years I have made my home in the Pacific island Kingdom of Tonga.

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Reviews of Fall Line by Michael Gehron

HB Chang reviewed on June 15, 2022
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Mike hired me back in 1988 and that was my first job in the U.S. and as a failing Ph.D. student at GMU I needed a job badly and Mike hired me on the spot during the job interview.

Looking back, it was an era that everything is possible even for a foreign student like me who did not speak fluent English and I was unable to follow Mike to his new company MNG, due to the obligation in the old company that I was applying the green card with.

Hung-Ban Chang
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