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March Events at the NCLC Women’s History Month & Admiral Stavridis Fill the Calendar

The National Churchill Leadership Center at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. will be hosting two free online events this month. The first will look at women in history, including those who make it and those who write it. Later in the month, we will sit down with former NATO commander Admiral James Stavridis to discuss the future of international security.

March is Women’s History Month. On Friday, March 5th, International Churchill Society (ICS) Executive Director Justin Reash will speak with George Washington University professors Dr. Hope M. Harrison and Dr. Jisoo Kim as well as George Washington University Ph.D student Ashley Valanzola, who is also a graduate of the US Naval Academy. For more information and to register, please CLICK HERE.

Admiral James Stavridis was Keynote Speaker at the 2019 International Churchill Conference when he was presented with the Winston Churchill Leadership Award. He joins ICS again on Sunday, March 21st to discuss what leadership means to him, and his new book 2034: A Novel of the Next World War. For more information and to register, please CLICK HERE.


“Churchill and the Making of the Middle East” On Thursday, April 11, the International Churchill Society will host a free online symposium commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Cairo Conference and examining Churchill’s role and legacy in the creation of the modern Middle East. Registration details will be provided in the April Churchill Bulletin.


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