The Future of Diplomacy Join the Diplomatic Courier and the UN…

The Future of Diplomacy Join the Diplomatic Courier and the UN…

8:00am — Welcome Opening Remarks  Ana C. Rold, Diplomatic Courier 8:15am — Keynote Aaron Sherinian, UN Foundation 8:45am — Panel Current Trends in Digital Diplomacy Moderator Clara Dominguez, Voice of America Panelists Yvette Rugasaguhunga, Embassy of Rwanda Jed Shein, Embassy of Israel Sanna Kangasharju, Embassy of Finland Haitham Mussawi, Embassy of United Arab Emirates 9:45am — Panel Constructive Disruption in Diplomacy: Crowdfunding, Impact Investing

8:00am  Welcome Opening Remarks 

Ana C. Rold, Diplomatic Courier

8:15am — Keynote

Aaron Sherinian, UN Foundation

8:45am  Panel

Current Trends in Digital Diplomacy

Moderator
Clara Dominguez, Voice of America

Panelists
Yvette Rugasaguhunga, Embassy of Rwanda
Jed Shein, Embassy of Israel
Sanna Kangasharju, Embassy of Finland
Haitham Mussawi, Embassy of United Arab Emirates

9:45am  Panel

Constructive Disruption in Diplomacy: Crowdfunding, Impact Investing Public Private Partnerships

Moderator
Evan Kraus, APCO Worldwide

Panelists
Daniella Foster, U.S. Department of State
Andreas Sandre, Embassy of Italy
JR Kerr, Caterpillar
Wayne Scholes, RedTouchMedia

10:45am  Panel

The Digital Diplomacy Coalition Presents
Future of Diplomacy — Digital’s Impact on an Ancient Art

Moderator
Helen Seidel, Embassy of Australia

Panelists
Lewis Shepherd, Microsoft
Erlingur Erlingsson, Embassy of Iceland
Paul Lewis, The Guardian

11:30am  Closing Remarks Adjourn

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