LSE Alums are Invited by Denver Council on Foreign Relations to their Speaker Dinners

Dear [first_name],

The Denver Council on Foreign Relations invites LSE Alums to attend upcoming dinner events, dates and details below.

The events are held at the Denver Country Club.  Dinner is $50 per person (bring your payment to the event).  Advance RSVP is required.

To confirm your attendance, please RSVP one week in advance of the event to
eliza.dcrr@gmail.com, or phone 720-481-2177. 

For more information, visit the DCFR website http://denvercfr.org/.

 

DCFR Speaker Dinner

6:00PM Tue 24 Jan 2017

 
LSE alumni and your guests are invited to the Denver Council on Foreign Relations Dinner with speaker Hans Kundnani, senior transatlantic fellow with German Marshal Fund’s Europe program on Germany’s Role in Geopolitics.
 

 

 

DCFR Speaker Dinner

6:00PM Thu 9 Feb 2017

LSE alumni and your guests are invited to the Denver Council on Foreign Relations Dinner with speaker Rachel Bronson, Executive Director and Publisher of The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists on WMD Challenges in the 21st Century.

 

 

DCFR Speaker Dinner

6:00PM Thu 2 Mar 2017

LSE alumni and your guests are invited to the Denver Council on Foreign Relations Dinner with speaker Renate Hahlen, Minister Counselor, EU Mission to the United States on The European Union and International Development: Challenges and Opportunities
 

 

DCFR Speaker Dinner

6:00PM Wed 12 Apr 2017

LSE alumni and your guests are invited to the Denver Council on Foreign Relations Dinner with speaker Jerrold D. Green, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Pacific Council on International Policy on Messaging and the Middle East.
 

Questions about the AFLSE Denver chapter, contact the chapter leaders at: denver@aflse.org

 
 






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