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YPFP DC: A Candid Conversation about a Foreign Policy Career with Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence Community Integration Michael Madon
Tuesday, April 23 | 6:30pm
Johns Hopkins University SAIS
Bernstein-Offit Building, Room 500
1717 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20036
Have you considered how you will define your career? How will you balance a foreign policy career with life, given the time demands and high-stress environment of Washington D.C.? What does it really mean to make foreign policy? These questions and more will be considered in an interactive lecture with Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence Community Integration in the Department of Treasury, Michael Madon.
Please join YPFP in partnership with SAIS for a candid conversation with Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence Community Integration in the Department of the Treasury Michael Madon as he shares his experiences and honest thoughts on how to progress in the foreign policy space.
Michael Madon was named Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Office of Intelligence Community Integration (ICI) in August, 2009.
As the Deputy Assistant Secretary for ICI, Mr. Madon is responsible for strengthening and expanding OIA’s relationships with its intelligence community partners; overseeing OIA’s reporting program; guiding its intelligence requirements process; guiding knowledge management efforts; supervising the development and execution of OIA’s multi-year dual budget execution process, and; managing OIA’s human capital resources.
Before joining Treasury, Mr. Madon served as an active duty officer in the U.S. Army and remains a member of the Active Reserve. He has held leadership positions in Airborne, Mechanized and Military Intelligence units, and is a recipient of the Bronze Star.
Prior to joining the military, Mr. Madon served as a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in Kyrgyzstan. Mr. Madon earned his Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University and his Bachelors from Cornell University.
***SAIS Students - please RSVP to Lyla.Combs@ypfp.org if you are interested in attending.***