[PAST EVENT] Women in National Security

February 1, 2019
3pm - 5pm
Location
Tyler Hall, Room 134
300 James Blair Dr
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
Access & Features
  • Free food
  • Open to the public
View of the outside of Tyler Hall

In honor of the 10th anniversary of the Project for International Peace and Security (PIPS) and the 100th Year of Women at W&M, PIPS is bringing together three alumna working in international relations and national security to discuss personal and professional lessons learned. This forum will take place in Tyler 134 from 3-5 pm on Friday, February 1st. This will be an opportunity for undergraduate women to receive advice from and ask questions of these three professionals. The discussion will be moderated by women who are research fellows in the PIPS program this year. Following the forum, there will be a catered reception for all attendees.
The three alumna who will be participating in the forum are as follows:

REAR ADMIRAL (RET.) ELIZABETH L. TRAIN ?83 

  • Special Business Advisor, Team Rubicon Global
  • Former Commander, Office of Naval Intelligence; former Director, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office; former Director for Intelligence, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, former Director for Operations, Joint Intelligence Task Force-Combating Terrorism,
  • M.S. National Security Strategy, National War College; M.S. Strategic Intelligence, National Intelligence University, B.A., William & Mary Class of 1983.

HEATHER LEMUNYON-BATEMEN ?09

  • Associate Director, Catalyzing Investment, AV Ventures LLC
  • Former Associate Director, Partnerships & Investments, ACDI/VOCA
  • M.A.L.D. 2015, International Business and Development Economics, Tufts University, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy; B.A., William & Mary Class of 2009

AMY SCHAFER ?13

  • Research Team Lead at the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service
  • Former Research Associate, Military, Veterans, and Society Program, Center for New American Security
  • M.A 2016, Security Studies, Georgetown University; B.A., William & Mary Class of 2013 
Contact

For more information please contact Sadie Peloquin at [[e|smpeloquin]] or Professor Dennis Smith at [[w|dasmi02]]