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JumpStart January: Careers in Conflict and Negotiation

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Conflict and Negotiation is an expanding field of professional practice, both in the United States and around the world. The escalating costs of conflict for countries, organizations, and individuals has led to an increased demand for specialists entering the field. Join us for a panel discussion with professionals who have worked across sectors engaged in local and global conflict resolution initiatives. This event includes a moderated panel from 4pm-5pm with a small networking reception, hosted by the Georgetown Baker Negotiation Network, to follow until 6 pm.

Panelists include:

  • Sarah Margon (MSFS ‘05), Washington Director, Human Rights Watch

  • Gail Morgado (MSFS ’08), Acting Deputy Director, Bureau of Conflict & Stabilization Operations, U.S. Department of State

  • Katharine Kendrick (MSFS '17), International Public Policy Manager, Airbnb

    Moderator:

    Mickey Bergman (MSFS ’05), Vice President, Richardson Center for Global Engagement

    Host:

    Rachel Milner Gillers, Director, Georgetown Baker Negotiation Network, Georgetown University

This event is only open to Georgetown students and alumni. Professional attire is required.

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