Meet and Greet with US Ambassador to Spain Julissa Reynoso Pantaleón
Tuesday, October 25, 5:00 - 6:00 pm KJCC, 53 Washington Square S, NY 10012
Jordana Mendelson, Director, KJCC
Lara Nettelfield, Director, Program in International Relations
Johmmiry Almonte (Undergraduate Student, Social Work and Spanish & Italian)
Noa Francesch Huc (Undergraduate Student, International Relations)
Yaissa Jiménez (Adjunct Instructor, Spanish & Portuguese)
Student Saisha Kappor wrote an article on Ambassador Reynoso’s visit to KJCC. You can read it below or here.
Open to the Public with Pre-Registration by October 20: https://forms.gle/DFgyjdbBgaYVDoHo7 Priority given to NYU faculty and students; limited seating
Join KJCC in welcoming U.S. Ambassador to Spain and Andorra Julissa Reynoso Pantaleón to NYU for a conversation and meet-and-greet with students and faculty about her experiences with diplomacy, education, and the arts on both sides of the Atlantic.
Born in the Dominican Republic and raised in New York City, Ambassador Reynoso is the first woman to be the U.S. Ambassador to Spain. She brings to her position experience as a diplomat, policy maker and lawyer who previously served in the Biden-Harris Administration as an Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to Dr. Jill Biden, and was Co-Chair of the Gender Policy Council, the first policy council focused on gender equality and equality within the Executive Office of the President. During the Administration of President Barack Obama, she served as U.S. Ambassador to Uruguay. More info here: https://es.usembassy.gov/ambassador-julissa-reynoso/
Co-sponsors: International Relations Program, Politics Society (undergrad group), IRPA (International Relations and Politics Association), Department of Spanish and Portuguese, and the Center for European and Mediterranean Studies