Jayson Browder has a pretty crazy August ahead of him. As the founder and only staff member of Veterans4Diplomacy, he’s running the organization’s first three-day fellowship program at New York University from August 7 to 9, 2015. Then on August 10, turning around and moving back down to Washington, DC, to start a new position at The White House.
“We’ve made a lot of very tough people cry,” Michele Mitchell told a group of YPFP NY Members as part of the Women in Foreign Policy Series on Wednesday, May 27, 2015. Her new documentary, The Uncondemned, co-directed with Nick Louvel, chronicles the first conviction of rape as a war crime, as perpetrated by Jean-Paul Akayesu in Rwanda during the genocide of 1994.Read more
Have a question about attending a YPFP NY event? Ever wonder about what the protocol is for approaching distinguished guests and speakers?
Our Programming team has pulled together some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to serve as a go-to resource for prospective and current YPFP NY Members. If you have additional questions that are not covered here, please reach out to our Director of Programming Erin Levi, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kara L. DeDonato and Andrea Zilli in New York on April 2015
Kara L. DeDonato, co-founder of Ginesthoi and Andrea Zilli, portfolio manager at Merrill Lynch, recently stepped down as YPFP NY’s Executive Director and Managing Director, respectively. We caught up in mid-April with Kara and Andrea for a final, “exit interview.” Below are highlights from our conversation.Read more