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Diversity in National Security: How to Ensure More Women Hold Leadership Positions

This event last occurred Nov. 18, 2020

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Diversity in National Security: How to Ensure More Women Hold Leadership Positions with Heather Hurlburt, Jeannette Haynie and Laura Kupe

Join us for a livestream discussion with Heather Hurlburt, Laura Kupe and Jeannette Haynie. Hurlburt is director of New America’s New Models of Policy Change a former senior staffer in the White House and Department of State. Kupe is Counsel on the Committee on Homeland Security, a former special assistant at the Department of Homeland Security and youth ambassador for Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation. And, Haynie is a former Marine Corps officer with a Ph.D. in international relations and founder and executive director of the Athena Leadership Project, which seeks to elevate the stories of female veterans and conduct research into how gender-diverse teams and leadership impact national security. The event will address current challenges with diversity in U.S. national security, outlining specific ways to ensure greater women’s representation in civilian and military leadership positions.

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For More Information Contact:

Celina Daniel
Center on the Future of War, School of Politics and Global Studies
cdaniel7@asu.edu
4809651720 http://futureofwar.asu.edu/