Homeland Security:  From COVID to White Supremacy

Next Thursday, February 11
7-8pm on Zoom

Join Harvard alumni from Harvard Clubs across New England for a timely lecture and discussion with Juliette Kayyem, AB '91, JD '95, as she speaks about the Challenges of Homeland Security: How the new administration can manage vaccinations and confront white supremacy in 2021 and beyond.


This event is FREE, but you must RSVP below to receive the Zoom link.  The Zoom link will be emailed to you on the afternoon of the event.
 

About Juliette Kayyem

Professor Juliette Kayyem AB'91, JD '95 is the Faculty Chair of the Homeland Security Project,  the Robert and Renee Belfer Senior Lecturer in International Security, Co-Chair of the Executive Program of Global Health and Security at the Harvard Kennedy School.  She served as assistant secretary of the Department of Homeland Security under President Obama. She is a CNN Security Analyst and regularly appears on CNN.  She specializes in crisis management, national security, cybersecurity, resiliency planning, risk management, public leadership international relations, and crisis communications.  Her most recently published book is Security Mom: My Life Protecting the Home and the Homeland.  She co-edited  Beyond 9/11: Homeland Security for the Twenty-First Century as well as First to A

rrive: State and Local Responses to Terrorism.  She is the founder and primary consultant of Kayyem solutions which offers strategic and operational security advising, leadership training, and suggestions for infrastructure protection and cybersecurity protection.

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7:00PM - 8:00PM Thu 11 Feb 2021, Eastern timezone

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(Zoom link will be emailed on the afternoon of the event)

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