Stories of Globalization in the Age of Digitization

For any fellow Princeton Alumni who are planning on attending Reunions this year… I am honored to be the Moderator for a panel discussion being sponsored by my class, the most excellent Class of 1980. Come by next Friday and listen in!

 

Around the World in ‘80 Ways:

Stories of Globalization in the Age of Digitization

3:45 PM to 5:00 PM

Friday, May 29, 2015

McCosh 50

 Many members of the Princeton Class of 1980, in the course of living their lives, experienced first-hand the onset of a new degree of global living, working, and interdependency – much of it fueled by the Internet and digital technology. Trend-spotters called it “globalization,” but we were just following our careers, our instincts, and our hearts… and lived it.

We now invite all at Reunions to join us, as our classmates share stories of living and working abroad, in both private roles and “in the service of all Nations,” and share what opportunities they think lie ahead.

Panelists will include:

AnneMarie Slaughter ‘80, President and CEO, New America.

Robert Silverman ‘80, President and Chairman of the Board of Governors of the American Foreign Service Association.

Jeffrey H. Levenson ‘80, Founder and President, Levenson Eye Associates; Lead physician, Surgical Eye Expeditions, International.

Sharon Keld ‘80, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer; Board Member, National Peace Corps Association.

Stephen Hughes ‘80, Owner and General Manager, Onda Positiva, S.L., Madrid, Spain.

Marc Fisher ‘80, Senior Editor, former Central Europe Bureau Chief, The Washington Post.

Tibor Baranski, Jr. ’80, Counsel, Jun He Law Offices, Beijing, China; Member, Board of Trustees, Japanese Chamber of Commerce and Industry – China.