Thursday, April 11, 2019
The Association of Marshall Scholars, with the support of Carnegie, the British Embassy in Washington, DC, and the US Embassy in London, will host a half-day program—potentially in the wake of Brexit—focused on strategic and economic efforts to support peace, growth, and prosperity, with the aim of furthering transatlantic dialogue and exchange.
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036
12:00 pm – 5:30 pm ET
Lunch & Working Sessions
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm ET
Reception / Buffet
Sir Kim Darroch, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the United States
Isobel Coleman, Chief Operating Officer, Giver Directly
Robert Wood Johnson, United States Ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland
Bill Burns, President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Afternoon working sessions will cover trade, global markets, finance, development, jobs and security.
Governor Mark Carney (The Bank of England)
Thomas Carothers (Carnegie) Marshall Scholar 1978
Ambassador Isobel Coleman (Give Directly) Marshall Scholar 1987
Ambassador Kim Darroch (Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the United States)
Josh Friedman (Canyon Partners) Marshall Scholar 1976
Ambassador Michael Froman (Mastercard, former Obama US Trade Representative)
David Golub (Golub Capital) Marshall Scholar 1983
Ambassador Carla Hills (Hills & Company, former Bush US Trade Representative)
Bob Kyle (former Clinton Special Assistant to the President for Intl Trade and Finance) Marshall Scholar 1977
Henry Curr (Economics Editor, The Economist)
Daniel Price (former Bush Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs)
Mark Shafir (Citigroup) Marshall Scholar 1979
Please check back here for additional information on speakers. Marshall Forum full agenda coming soon.
Dress: Business Attire
Guests welcome. Registration required.
Logo credit: The Applied Humanities / Dr. Katie Clark (2005)