Diplomacy, Diversity, and Civility in Turbulent Times with U.S. Ambassador (ret.) Harriet Lee Elam-Thomas
Newhouse 3, I-3 Center, Room 432
Lecture with U.S. Ambassador (ret.) Harriet Lee Elam-Thomas
Director, Diplomacy Program, University of Central Florida
Former U.S. Ambassador Harriet Lee Elam-Thomas will share personal and professional reflections drawn from a lifetime of experience as a diplomat, a public diplomacy expert, and a communicator. Ambassador Elam-Thomas comes to Syracuse as part of her conversation series entitled “Civility Strategies: Healing Approaches That Unite People and Strengthen Democracy.” Her series focuses on uniting across lines of race, gender, religion, sexual orientation and political affiliation.
Ambassador Elam-Thomas’ remarkable life journey is documented in the recently published memoir, Diversifying Diplomacy: My Journey From Roxbury to Dakar. She offers an insider’s look at her service to the nation, including perspectives on overcoming anti-American sentiment abroad and forging productive, mutually beneficial diplomatic relationships. Copies of Diversifying Diplomacy will be available for purchase and signing by the author at the event.
The event is co-sponsored by the public relations/international relations graduate program, a joint program offered by the Newhouse School and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs; the public relations department (Newhouse); and the international relations program (Maxwell).
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