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Vaw In The News
Carr Center on Twitter
Thanks again to @SamanthaJPower for sharing her experiences & lessons learned as US #Ambassador to the @UN and Senior Advisor to @BarackObama. Head to your nearest bookstore for a copy of her latest book!
Special thanks to @BelferCenter for co-hosting, and all who attended! t.co/t3QZvFKtsS
“When you get to a high level such as an Ambassador, you become a generalist in many matters, but the trick is to surround yourself with people who have vast expertise”
@SamanthaJPower explaining “how much information is enough” to make a decision t.co/gs16mGx3dl
🔹 Cultivating genuine relationships
🔹 Focusing on issues that are less in the center of things
🔹 Seeing the dignity of those around you, and not discounting the dignity of groups and nations
@SamanthaJPower tips on how to be effective in the White House & UN 🇺🇳🏛 t.co/RJYFqeMsQo
“Whatever the subject or topic, @POTUS44 always asked, ‘@SamanthaJPower, what do you think?’... And I always thought, that is a fine mind at work.”
Secretary Ash Carter reminiscing on his time with Amb. Power during the Obama administration t.co/DAXdIjUsb0
“There were many years between the time I first heard of Tiananmen SQ and my conversion to public service, but it wakened and motivated me to study and become more serious”
@SamanthaJPower discussing her humbling journey from a sports connoisseur to foreign policy expert t.co/pRWD2ZxBLT