2019 Celebrating Women Leaders Luncheon

Honoring Top Women in National Security

On December 3, 2019, the WFPG highlighted three international security professionals at its annual benefit luncheon in Washington, DC. Ambassador Susan Rice, 24th US National Security Advisor (2013-2017), joined USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page for a conversation on Rice's new memoir Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For , and Hon. Susan Gordon, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence (2017-2019), and Hon. Andrea Thompson, Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Affairs (2018-2019), joined New York Times Washington Bureau Chief and WFPG Board Member Elisabeth Bumiller for a conversation on current national security challenges, as well as their own career paths.

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2019 Guide to Women Leaders

It is critical that we recognize the women who have lead the way and understand how far we still have to go. The WFPG's Guide to Women Leaders highlights women shaping foreign policy around the world and the role that they play as leaders, diplomats, and policymakers. The Guide provides an index of prominent women from across the international community, including heads of state and government, government ministers and diplomats, and leaders of international organizations and corporations.

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