With online shopping becoming a more dominant force, the vice president and chief marketing officer of Pearle Vision, Luxottica explained at George Talks Business how retailers must adapt.
A panel of conservative journalists and a media critic debated conservative media coverage of the Trump administration at SMPA.
This year’s Paul O’Dwyer endowed lecture explored the ethics of political leaders using fear to motivate people to act.
Manoj Saxena discussed the future and ethics of artificial intelligence at the GWSB Robert P. Maxon Lecture Series
Adm. Michelle Howard, a retired Navy admiral, spoke at GW about her experience as a leader and trailblazer in the armed forces.
Speakers at the annual Women’s Leadership Conference addressed the need to repair a broken culture by putting more women in positions of power.
Ambassador Daniel Mulhall said Irish-U.S. relations will strengthen after Brexit during a visit to the Elliott School.
An SMPA panel of experts on politics and journalism discussed how to build connections with the American people and reinforce civil discourse.
Terry Fulmer, a registered nurse and health systems leader, spoke at a Health Policy Leadership Lecture Series event.
Girl Rising CEO Christina Lowery joined panel on gender-based violence after screening film scripted by poet Warsan Shire.
Dorothy Butler Gilliam discussed her book, “Trailblazer,” and her career as the first black woman reporter at The Washington Post.
Maryland state legislator introduced police use of force bill based on Cynthia Lee’s model legislation for deadly police shootings.
Former John McCain press secretary and “Meet the Press” director were among panelists at Project on Ethics in Political Communication launch.
U.S. Reps. Will Hurd and Deb Haaland say it takes leadership, organization and communication to gain the attention of young people.
The Vermont senator was awarded the Walter Roberts Award for Congressional Leadership in Public Diplomacy during a Capitol Hill ceremony.