"9/11 16 Years Later: The State and Art of Digital Diplomacy" First Monday Forum discussion, held on September 11, focused on new methods the U.S. is using to communicate in the age of new media and data analytics.
The panel was moderated by Shawn Powers (far right), Executive Director of the U.S. Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, and included panelists: (right to left) Jennifer Lambert, Luke Petersen, Lovisa Williams, all of the U.S. Department of State.
Photo Credit: Bruce Guthrie
The Public Diplomacy Alumni Association (PDAA) will host three leaders of U.S. public diplomacy at the State Dept. for a discussion luncheon: "Public Diplomacy Amidst Fake News Explored" on Monday, September 25. Click below for more details and to RSVP. Photo Courtesy of the PDAA.
Our collaboration with the American Council of Ambassadors for the Kathryn W. Davis Fellows. Council members meet with each Fellow for several mentoring meetings where they share their experience in public diplomacy and career management.
The first fall Lunch and Learn Forum, discussing the topic, "Crisis Communications: Public Diplomacy During Attacks, Natural Disasters, and Evacuations". The forum will take place on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 12 noon at the American Foreign Service Association.
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