Robert E. Abernathy has had a prolific career. His success has not come from chance or luck, but rather meticulous planning.
“When you sit under your flag, the high in which it gives, no nine or ten digit salary can give you that.”
On March 8, 2017, I had the pleasure of interviewing Consul General Nagesh Singh of India. Within the first five minutes of the interview, it was apparent that Mr. Singh was in… more »
In a time when careers seem to be becoming increasingly specialized, Ambassador Robert McCallum Jr. throughout his distinguished careers as a lawyer and diplomat has continued to set himself apart from this trend.
On October 11, I had the honor of meeting Bernard Taylor, partner at Alston & Bird and vice chair of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta.
Consul-General Valenzuela-Diaz recently was announced as our newest board member and as the longest serving consul in Atlanta, the dean of the Consular Corps.
In the wake of Brexit, terrorism and America’s growing distaste for international trade deals, Dean Phillips offers advice for future business leaders in today’s international community.
Holleyman, Chambliss, and Abney Discuss Trans-Pacific Partnership at World Affairs Council Program; Mayor Reed to Open Program
Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Robert Holleyman, former U.S. Senator Saxby Chambliss and UPS chairman and CEO David Abney will discuss how the Trans-Pacific Partnership will set the rules for 21st century trade at an August 15 luncheon presented by the council.
I had the pleasure of meeting Amanda Mattingly, a Chairman’s Circle member of the World Affairs Council of Atlanta and senior director at the Arkin Group, a boutique consulting firm that provides private business intelligence and political-economic risk assessment to clients operating abroad.
“Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind.” Centers for Disease Control and Prevention director Thomas Frieden concluded his remarks with this 1929 quote from Albert Einstein. It perfectly summarized the proceedings of the 5th
Atlanta Summit: Global Health and Refugees.
The World Affairs Council of Atlanta, CARE USA and the Center for Strategic and International Studies will present the Atlanta Summit on Global Health and Refugees on Monday, May 2 at the Westin Buckhead.