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YP Network: Fireside Chat with Pam Quanrud
Tuesday, March 01, 2022, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM EDT
Category: Events

The WFPG YP Network is thrilled to be joined by Pam Quanrud, for a virtual conversation about her previous career in foreign service, how domestic policy informs the work of FSOs, and what inspired her to pivot into a new career with a focus on social justice.

Tuesday, March 1, 2022 | 6:30 - 7:30pm ET

YP Network career chats and roundtables are open to all WFPG young professional and student members. Not a member? Join now

Questions? Email us at [email protected].

QuanrudPam Quanrud is a rising 2L at Howard University School of Law, looking to a second career in social-justice-related appellate work. Pam previously enjoyed a thirty-year career in the Foreign Service where she served in an array of positions including Director of the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS, Chief of Staff to Deputy Secretary William Burns, Principal Deputy Executive Secretary to Secretary Clinton, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Europe, Director for Europe at the National Security Council, and at positions in U.S. Embassies in Warsaw, Moscow, Bonn, Pretoria, and Kingston, and the U.S. Mission to the UN. Pam is married with two grown daughters and gives away trees in her spare time.

ReischerRosalind Reischer (moderator) is a senior consultant at APCO’s DC-based Public Affairs Advisory practice. She has a background in China policy and previously worked in government relations and business advisory consulting with the Asia practice at McLarty Associates. She has advised clients from a variety of sectors and on topics ranging from navigating the US-China trade war to the business implications of geopolitical shifts. Previously, Rosalind worked with the Project 2049 Institute, a research organization promoting American security interests in Asia, as well as the Nicobar Group in Shanghai, a consultancy focusing on US-China civil nuclear engagement. She is a graduate of the Johns Hopkins SAIS Center in Nanjing, where she concentrated in energy, resources and the environment, holds a BA from UVA, and she is proficient in Mandarin Chinese.