YPFP NY staff with Professor Wang (second from left) and Ambassador Chang (third from left). (Jerry Doran/YPFP NY)Read more
This curated list is a round-up on what days to mark off on your calendar for foreign policy-related events in February 2015.Read more
This curated list is a round-up on what days to mark off on your calendar for foreign policy-related events in September.
Most events below require RSVPs or tickets and unless otherwise noted, the events are in the evening. Make a note in particular of the many great YPFP events we have coming up, as well as special events that YPFP members can attend for free!Read more
YPFP is partnering with the United Nations Foundation on the 2014 Social Good Summit. This year’s Summit, held during UN week, focuses on the power of social media, innovation, and technology to solve our world's greatest issues. YPFP is assembling a select group of Social Good Summit Fellows to cover the event via real-time blogging, tweeting, and on-the ground reporting in four global languages: Russian, Chinese, Hindi, and Arabic.
This is a great opportunity for New York-based individuals.
Few would admit to loving big oil because it helped them help the world but Christine Bader, author of The Evolution of a Corporate Idealist: When Girl Meets Oil, is a vocal representative of that minority conviction. Bader spoke to YPFP NY on July 22, 2014, about corporate social responsibility (CSR) and her own path from non-profit work to BP.
This curated list is a round-up on what days to mark off on your calendar for foreign policy-related events in August.Read more
Formerly the Director of Programming for YPFP NY, Kara DeDonato assumed the role of Executive Director as of November 1,2013. She also serves as attaché and assistant to the ambassador at the Mission of the Sovereign Order of Malta to the United Nations (UN). Kara sat down with YPFP NY in her office on November 2, 2013, to talk about international relations, wine importing and her vision for the future of YPFP NY.Read more