WOMEN IN FOREIGN POLICY CONFERENCE

 

The Harvard Women In Foreign Policy Conference is a one day event on March 5th, 2022 bringing together 350 students in the Cambridge/Boston area (Harvard, MIT, Northeastern, BU, etc) on the common interest of empowering women in foreign policy. The event features keynotes, workshops and mentorship events focused on professional development and substantive policy discussions. 

 

For inquiries on our Women in Foreign Policy Conference, please contact our project lead and organization President, Sama Kubba at samakubba@college.harvard.edu

Program Speakers
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Michèle Flournoy

Former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy at the U.S. Department of Defense

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H.E. María Fernanda Espinosa

73rd President of the United Nations General Assembly

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Karen Feldstein

Associate Administrator for International and Interagency Relations for NASA

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Elizabeth
Sherwood-Randall

11th Assistant to the President for Homeland Security

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Laura Rosenberger

National Security Council Senior Director for China and Taiwan

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Ambassador Melanne Verveer

First U.S. Ambassador for Global Women's Issues

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RDML Heidi Berg

Director of Plans and Policy (J5) at U.S. Cyber Command

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Camille Stewart

Global Head of Product Security Strategy at Google

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Jessica Adelman

Vice President of Corporate Affairs and Head of Global Communications at Mars 

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Suzanne Spaulding

Former Under Secretary for the National Protection and Programs Directorate at the Department of Homeland Security

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Tracy Walder

Former Staff Operations Officer at the Central Intelligence Agency

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Candice Frost

Commander of the Joint Intelligence Operations Center at U.S. Cyber Command