AFSA Brown Bag Series: How My Foreign Service Work Makes a Difference for Americans
The U.S. Foreign Service deploys worldwide to protect and serve America's people, interests, and values. Today, it is more important than ever for the Foreign Service to articulate clearly how our work benefits our fellow Americans in concrete ways. AFSA President Ambassador Barbara Stephenson will introduce this discussion of how our Foreign Service work positively impacts our fellow Americans. The only cost of admission is that you bring detailed accounts of the tangible benefits your work has had for everyday Americans. Whether it is creating U.S. jobs and opening markets for U.S. exports; providing Fulbright scholarships for American students and teachers; or assisting Americans who run into trouble abroad, your work makes a difference. Please join us to share your unique contributions to improving life for our fellow citizens and to hear from your colleagues. The discussion leader is AFSA Governing Board member Jason Donovan. All members of the Foreign Service are welcome to attend. Click here to register or email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Feb. 27 Brown Bag."
Other events in this series:
- February 17: Why Is Dissent Important?
- February 23: Returning to Basics: Tradecraft Reminders for the First 100 Days of Anything
- March 3: Navigating Change