As part of the Insights at Meridian series, Meridian International Center and the Digital Diplomacy Coalition invite you to a breakfast discussion featuring:

  • Adam Zuckerman, Founder of Fosterly
  • Christopher Schroeder, Entrepreneur and Venture Investor
  • H.E. Dr Neil Parsan, Ambassador of Trinidad and Tobago to the US
  • Lona Stoll, Acting Director US Global Development Lab, USAID

Moderated by:  J.D. Harrison, Reporter and Digital Editor, The Washington Post

Tuesday, November 18, 2014
8:30 – 10:00am

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Breakfast available at 8:00am, compliments of local “pop-ups”
Bullfrog Bagels and Coexist Coffee.

Meridian International Center
1630 Crescent Place, NW
Washington, DC 20009
Complimentary valet parking available

As governments around the world increasingly prioritize entrepreneurship and public-private partnerships to accelerate economic prosperity and address pressing challenges – does this simultaneously advance their diplomacy efforts and foreign policy objectives globally? As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week, Meridian and Digital Diplomacy Coalition will grapple with this question, and the broader intersection of foreign policy and diplomacy with innovation and entrepreneurship. We hope you can join us for what promises to be an engaging, dynamic discussion.

The Insights at Meridian series is supported by The Walter and Isabel Cutler Endowment for Global Understanding