Category: Events, Featured News, News, Speaking of Diplomacy

Title: Diverse Diplomacy featured as Site of the Month in The Foreign Service Journal

Date Published: December 4, 2020

The Foreign Service Journal, the official publication of the American Foreign Service Association, has featured ISD’s Diverse Diplomacy Leaders Speaker Series as the Site of the Month in its December edition:

“Georgetown University’s Institute for the Study of Diplomacy is hosting an online speaker series featuring diverse diplomacy leaders who share insights about their careers and about diversity and inclusion at the State Department. These senior diplomats also answer questions from students considering careers in foreign policy. The series was launched in December 2018 by Rusk Fellow Caroline Savage. It’s part of ISD’s mandate to connect students with foreign policy professionals to better understand the opportunities and challenges of a foreign policy career. The series aims to include a diverse representation of foreign policy professionals from different generational, gender, religious and ethnic lines, in order to encourage young people from diverse communities to pursue careers in the foreign policy.”

[Read more in the latest edition of the Journal]

Learn about the series and watch all the event videos:

[Sign up to attend our December 7 Diverse Diplomacy event]

Watch our recent speaker Ambassador Dereck Hogan give his tips for the Foreign Service Officer Test: