USA Presidential Election - virtual apero

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We may not know who will win the US election but we know there will be many questions about how those outcomes affect the United States, the EU and the rest of the world! 

Bring your wine and cheese and join us in the International Paris Chapter virtual apéro (November 4th at 19:00) for a panel discussion and open Q&A about the election outcome and its implications for the next four years and beyond.


Speakers


Gianluca Sgueo 

http://www.gianlucasgueo.it
Phd in Public Law, MA in Administrative and Public Law, LLM in European Public Law.

Policy Analyst at the European Parliamentary Research Service, his areas of expertise include democracy reform, public sector innovation and civic engagement. Dr. Sgueo teaches at SciencesPo and at the NYU Florence. His last book looks at the use of game-design to foster democratic engagement.


Michael Stapleton

https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelstapleton/

Management consultant at L.E.K. in Boston, Massachusetts, where he focuses on growth strategy and M&A transactions. Michael has been a lifelong political junkie. At the age of 13 he served as a political commentator for the 2000 presidential election on Disney Radio’s “Kid Talk with Dr. Mary,” and later hosted his own radio talk show, “Politics Today,” on KSCU 103.3 FM. Originally from San Jose, California, Michael holds a B.A. in English from Reed College, an MBA from HEC Paris, and an MAM from Yale University.


Daniel Masis

http://iadc.edu/daniel-masis-ph-d/
PhD, American University; JD, University of Costa Rica, BA and Licentiate in Political Science, University of Costa Rica.

Dr. Masís has been a government official, a consultant, and an academic. He has been a consultant for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the Foundation for Peace and Democracy (FUNPADEM, Costa Rica), and the United States Institute of Peace (USIP).
He is now a full-time professor at the Inter-American Defense College.


Agenda

Time

Topic

Presenter

19:00-19:05

Welcome & Recap of the current state of outcome 

Panel Introductions

Moderator

19:05-19:20

Session 1 - Impact on the US

Panellists

19:20-19:30

Open Q&A on Session 1 – Impact on the US

Moderator (questions submitted by the audience)

19:30-20:00

Session 2 - Impact on the France & EU

Panellists

20:00-20:10

Open Q&A on Session 2

Moderator (questions submitted by the audience)

20:10-20:15

Closing remarks

Moderator


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