Keynote Session: A Conversation With Jeh Johnson
In the keynote session, former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson discussed with Maria Teresa Kumar working in public service, his career path, and the importance of diversity.
Plenary I: Global Hotspots
In the opening session of the 2018 Conference on Diversity in International Affairs, journalists Ayman Mohyeldin and Barbara Demick discussed with Romesh Ratnesar hotspots around the world.
Plenary II: One Year of Trump: U.S. Image Abroad
In the second plenary, Elmira Bayrasli, David Smith, and Rachel Vogelstein looked with presider Guillermo Christensen at the current image of the United States abroad and assessed the policy of the United States and Trump administration one year in.
Plenary III: Diversity in Foreign Affairs and Public Service
In the third plenary, Ruth Davis, Carmen Lomellin, and Nicole Bibbins Sedaca spoke with Jerry L. Johnson about working in the foreign service, finding mentors, and career advice for young professionals.
Plenary IV: The Status of Immigration Reform
In the final plenary, Theresa Cardinal Brown, Carlos Guevara, and Allen Orr reviewed with Konstantin Kakaes the barriers for immigration to the United States and the current state of reform on immigration.
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