Hot Topics Conference Call on US-Cuba Relations (TUESDAY)


The World Affairs Councils of America is hosting a “Hot Topics” conference call on “US-Cuba Normalization Process”  TUESDAY, January 26th.

Register for the Call



U.S.-Cuba Normalization Process   

James Williams
President of Engage Cuba 
Tuesday, January 26
2:00-2:30 PM ET
Dial-in information for participants:
Please dial in shortly before 2:00 PM ET, as the prompts can take a minute or two:
Access Number:   1-218-895-7963
Passcode:   2016#
December marked the first anniversary of renewed U.S.-Cuba engagement, sparked by President Obama’s historic decision. Now, bipartisan congressional support is deepening to open trade and travel between the U.S. and Cuba. Join us for a conversation with James Williams to learn about the movement to completely lift the U.S. trade embargo, normalize relations, and improve Western Hemisphere relations.
James Williams is the President of Engage Cuba, an experienced public policy advocate and political strategist who assembled and led an under-the-radar $3 million national campaign to successfully convince the Obama Administration to reform U.S.-Cuba relations. Prior to that Williams was the Director of Public Policy of Trimpa Group, a consulting firm where he managed a portfolio of state and federal government relations, strategic political consulting, and philanthropic and political investment advising for institutional and individual clients. (Full bio)
Note: The World Affairs Councils of America provides regular “Hot Topics” conversations that feature interactive phone conferencing with specialists in global affairs. We thank them for their support and we are pleased to share this information with you here. [Check the TNWAC Calendar for future events.]


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