Policy Making in a Global Environment

Mon., February 24, 2020 | 6:00 PM — 8:00 PM

Quadrangle Club
1155 East 57th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
United States

Sponsored By: The Harris Mentor Program

Policy practitioners operate in a complex global environment that is more interconnected then ever before. Policy practitioners need to craft policy with international context and considerations top of mind, regardless of what policy area they are advancing. Mentors will discuss how domestic policies help support international policy and development efforts (both directly and indirectly), and why all policy practitioners need to care about international policy and development. The event will feature; 

  • ModeratorRebecca J. Wolfe, Ph.D.; Lecturer; Pearson Institute
  • Hong Zhang Durandal; MPP'17; International Development Associate; Invenergy LLC
  • Jennifer Petersen; Assistant Director, Next Generation; The Chicago Council on Global Affairs
  • Era Laudermilk; Deputy of Policy & Strategic Planning; Law Office of the Cook County Public Defender

RSVP and attendance will count for 6 professional development credits as well as Mentor Program participation towards the Leadership Credential.

Panelists and attendees may be subject to addition and change.

RSVP Here.