The UCR School of Public Policy will be hosting a webinar and in-person watch party for a Generations Dialogue with Major General Barrye L. Price and George Washington University student Desiree Winns on Wednesday, November 29th from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
The conversation will cover a variety of topics regarding General Price’s experiences, challenges, and advice drawn from his career in international public service. These topics include the rewards of international career, family, imposter syndrome, and authenticity of self.
Esa Hasan, who is organizing this watch party for SPP, said, “I am excited for this event to provide brilliant representation for what to expect from a career in public service and international affairs through the lens of a giant in the field.”
Registration for the event is free here.
For more information, feel free to contact Esa Hasan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Generations Dialogues
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: https://blogs.gwu.edu/elliott-generations-dialogue/.
About the UCR School of Public Policy
Since 2014, the UCR School of Public Policy has been bringing policy makers, practitioners, and researchers to campus to talk about various policy issues facing the region and beyond. For more information about events open to the general community, visit spp.ucr.edu/events.