Conference Call | Women and Diplomacy | Susan Sloan | Mar 19

Students: This program qualifies for five points toward the Tennessee Global Scholar Certificate

The World Affairs Councils of America provides a monthly special program called “Cover to Cover” that features interactive phone conferencing with authors of global affairs related books. We thank them for their support and we are pleased to share this information with you here as a benefit of your affiliation with the Tennessee World Affairs Council.

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The World Affairs Councils of America and the

Tennessee World Affairs Council Invite You to Participate in A Teleconference

“A Seat at the Table: Women, Diplomacy and Lessons from the World

Susan Sloan

Thursday, Mar 19, 2020
1:00-1:30 p.m. CDT

Register now for WACA’s Cover to Cover conference call on Thursday, March 19 at 1:00-1:30 PM CT, featuring Susan Sloan, Associate Director of AJC Washington, a global advocacy organization.

A Seat at the Table: Women, Diplomacy, and Lessons for the World

Many countries face challenges of migration, terrorism, climate change, and the spread of fast-paced technology. Those who are sitting around the table will change the course of history and redefine how we solve critical problems. Join WACA for a conversation with Susan Sloan as she shares stories from women ambassadors spanning the globe, the impact of gender-diversified leadership, and why varied voices lead to stronger resolutions and enhanced team dynamics. 

About Susan Sloan

Susan Sloan is the author of A Seat at the Table: Women, Diplomacy, and Lessons for the World. She works for a global nonprofit advocacy organization in Washington, D.C. engaging with diplomats, government officials, community organizers, and international leaders. She has met with more than 60 countries through diplomacy, advocacy, and experiential education. Her interactive approach to communications and coalition-building has impacted groups around the world. At the age of 30, she completed a life goal of visiting all seven continents. Susan holds a master’s degree in Global Strategic Communications from Georgetown University and graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism with a major in Public Relations and a minor in Spanish from the University of Georgia. When she’s not writing, you can find Susan in her urban garden, cooking something delicious, or traveling.



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