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3 Critical Problems Facing the World Today - What are the Best U.S. Foreign Policy Options?

  • February 12, 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Hyatt Place, 3500 Market Street, Riverside, CA 92501
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Registration

  • Call the WAC office for registration for the dinner after the closing date to check for space availability.
  • After February 7, call the WAC office for dinner availability.
  • University or business tables for up to 8 people are offered at $250. Make all reservations through one name and the rest of the table members ans his/her guests.
  • After the dinner, participants in this category may attend the talk at about 6:30 at a reduced rate.

World Affairs Council Inland Southern California
…invites you to an important international policy discussion

3 Critical Problems Facing the World Today
What are the Best U.S. Foreign Policy Options?

A Dine with a Diplomat Program
Featuring Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield


Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

6:00 – 8:00 pm
Registration - 5:45 pm
Dinner - 6:00 pm
Talk and Q & A – 6:45
Preregistration Required
WAC Members = $30
Non-members = $40
Business/University table for 8 = $250
Talk only = $15 (arrive 6:30)
 

Register online:
http://wacinlandsocal.org  

 
Americans and others in today’s world are facing a myriad of serious problems. Some issues are so serious that comprehensive solutions seem beyond our individual reach. If we all focused on just three issues impacting life in the immediate and medium-term future, what would they likely be?  What role should international policy and shared
problem-solving play in addressing major global issues?
Which diplomatic options are available and
what strategies promise the best outcomes?


Our speaker, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, is Senior Counselor
at ASG and leads the firm's Africa practice. She is also a Distinguished
Resident Fellow in African Affairs at the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy
at Georgetown University Walsh School of Foreign Service. She has had a
long and distinguished 35-year Foreign Service career, including an
ambassadorship in Liberia, postings to five other countries,and
tenure in a UN Mission. From 2013-2017, Ambassador
Thomas-Greenfield served as U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for
African Affairs. Prior to that appointment, she served as Director General
of the Foreign Service and Director of Human Resources, leading the
team in charge of the State Department's 70,000 member personnel.

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with friends and family

AmbLTGreenfield_2-12-20flier.pdf




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