Go Global NC
with speaker Carey Rudell
Learning to navigate a changing world is essential to North Carolina’s progress. Go Global NC, a non-partisan and nonprofit organization, empowers North Carolina citizens with the skills, understanding, connections, and knowledge to succeed in a global community. Go Global NC’s overseas and domestic programs deliver transformative learning experiences which help business, policy, and education leaders position North Carolina for economic success. Carey Rudell, program director of Go Global NC’s Global Leaders Program, will overview Go Global NC’s mission and initiatives and begin the conversation about possible partnership opportunities with AAUW . She will also introduce the 2017 Global Leaders Program which will take women legislators, business executives, and community leaders to Germany to study international best practices that increase women’s participation in the work force.
About the speaker: Before joining Go Global NC in 2016, Carey Rudell was a Foreign Service Officer with the U.S. Department of State. In her most recent role at the State Department, she designed and managed International Visitor Leadership Programs (IVLP). Through IVLP, the State Department’s premier professional exchange program, foreign leaders examine U.S. approaches to international challenges and cultivate lasting relationships with their American counterparts. Carey previously served as the Portugal country desk officer, where she worked closely with the Department of Defense on the U.S. Air Force streamlining of its base in the Azores. Her first Foreign Service tour was in Mumbai, India, where she adjudicated nonimmigrant visas and provided consular services to U.S. citizens living and traveling in India.
Come & bring a friend to the meeting of your Raleigh-Wake Branch:
Where: The Junior League Center for Community Leadership
711 Hillsborough St, Raleigh 27603
When: Tuesday evening, November 15th, 2016
5:15 – Hospitality ~~ 5:30 -Program
The Center for Community Leadership is in the Junior League of Raleigh building. There is parking behind the building — enter from St. Mary’s St.