U.S. Ambassadors Talks Foreign Policy Careers

By Kevin Karami |


On Monday, March 6th, the UCR School of Public will host a virtual seminar featuring U.S. Ambassador Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley and Generations Dialogue Fellow Laura Narcisse. The event, titled “Considering a Career in International Public Service: An Intergenerational Conversation with Giants Who Blazed the Trail,” is part of the Generations Dialogue project, an initiative to increase representation in American Foreign Policy. 

“I look forward to learning from Ambassador Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley, as should anyone interested in pursuing foreign policy careers,” says Esa Hasan, a public policy student, and Emcee for the event. “This seminar will also be a way to build connections with specialists in the field.”

The event will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. pacific time. Register for the event here


Generations Dialogues is based on the content and lessons learned from The Young Black Leader’s Guide to a Successful Career in International Affairs: What the Giants Want You to Know. Learn more: 



Since 2014, the UCR School of Public Policy Seminar Series has been bringing policy makers, practitioners, and researchers to campus to talk about various policy issues facing the region and beyond. During the shelter-in-place order for California, all events are being held online. For more information about the series, visit


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