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Carolina Biquard writes to Peter Drucker to further explain what she meant when she said in a previous letter that she was "Frances' made." She elucidates that she is in fact Frances Hesselbein's disciple in the same way that Frances was Drucker's disciple, thus making Carolina the disciple of his disciple. At one point she states that she feels, "as if Frances where my 'nonprofit' mother and you [Drucker] were my 'nonprofit' grandfather." She takes this line of thinking further by saying that she views Compromiso as the "son" of the Drucker Foundation.