• Class of 2018

    Class of 2018

    Se Chhin (Cambodia), Zelma Acosta Rubio (Venezuela), Mark Guy (USA), Nurdiana Darus (Indonesia), Matt DesChamps (USA).

  • Class of 2018

    Class of 2018

    Turki AlDayal (Saudi Arabia), Eugene Ngumi (Kenya), Anne Tin Harre (Denmark), Francisco Filho (Brazil), Juergen Mindel(Germany), Sebastian Rudolph (Germany, )Jose Lemos (Portugal), Jose Rivero (Mexico), Ines Manzano (Ecuador - face hidden), Min Qin (China).

  • Class of 2018

    Class of 2018

    Mwansa Malupande (Zambia), Min Qin (China), and Amy LaTrielle (USA).

  • Class of 2018

    Class of 2018

    Augusto Zampini (Argentina/the Vatican), and Lateef Shittu (Nigeria). Se Chhin (Cambodia – partially obscured.)

  • Class of 2018

    Class of 2018

    Olena Zerkal (Ukraine), Jennie Matikainen (Finland), Sirpa Nyberg (Finland). Veronica Cretu (Moldova) with back to camera.

  • Class of 2018

    Class of 2018

    Women of GLS 2018. (Where’s Ines?)

The annual Georgetown Leadership Seminar is a premier executive education program conducted and hosted by the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.

 Participation is by invitation only.

About

Over the last 36 years, over 1000 participants have represented more than 100 countries. These innovators and leaders are members of an exclusive global alumni network that includes presidents and prime ministers, royalty, parliamentarians and cabinet officials, CEOs and heads of NGOs, high ranking military officers, journalists and academics.

The objectives of the Georgetown Leadership Seminar are:

  • To promote among emerging world leaders a dialogue leading to cross-disciplinary cooperation in international affairs
  • To expose participants to, and therefore broaden their understanding of, the major issues in the foreign policy-making process in the United States through direct contact with top level American policy makers
  • To establish and cultivate an ongoing network crucial to strengthening international cooperation and areas of agreement among leaders in the global community