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Director, Office of International Visitors, U.S. Department
MP Cristian Adomnitei
Chief Executive Officer
Director, Office of International Visitors
Deputy Executive Director
Massachusetts Office of International Trade
Chief of Staff
Office of the Minority Leader, Massachusetts House of Representatives
Deputy Communications Director
Dan Quayle for US Senate
The Center for Global Engagement
Executive Board Member
United Nations Information Center
National Council for International Visitors
U.S. House of Representatives
local and National CIV
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Deputy Chief Secretary To the Governor
United Nations Development Programme
Office of Governor William F. Weld
Deputy Chief Secretary
Massachusetts House of Representatives
Deputy Chief Secretary To Governor William F. Weld and Chief of Staff To the Minority Leader
Republican National Committee
Bachelor of Arts degree
Harvard's John F. Kennedy School of Government
Harvard's Kennedy School
Masters of Public Administration
John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University
Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government
Brad Minnick, Director, Office of Internatinal Visitors, U.S. State Department shared examples of the International Visitor Leadership Program's impact that were excellent reminders of why we all are so engaged in this important work.
Brad MinnickBrad Minnick, director of the Office of International Visitors at the U.S. State Department, will give a keynote address Nov. 16 at the Atlanta Summit on Citizen Diplomacy at Georgia State University. The summit, a free educational event to be hosted by the Georgia Council for International Visitors, aims to prepare Atlantans to become citizen diplomats, positively representing their city, state and country in their dealings with people of other nationalities.Mr. Minnick oversees the implementation of the State Department's International Visitors Leadership Program, an initiative that brings leaders from other nations to the U.S. to promote cultural understanding.Before joining the State Department in July, Mr. Minnick worked for five years as executive director and CEO of the American Council of Young Political Leaders, and he has worked organizations affiliated with the National Council for International Visitors since 1990.His address will focus on the importance of citizen diplomacy, but the summit's agenda will cover a much broader range of topics in sessions beginning at 9:30 a.m. Attendees can choose between a variety of concurrent workshops that include introductory language classes, briefings on specific regions and classes on how to become involved in the international community, among other topics.For more information about Mr. Minnick or to register for the upcoming summit, visit www.gciv.org or contact Ashley Mastin at (404) 832-5560.
Brad Minnick - Project Director
Brad Minnick is Director of Communications and Community Affairs at the Africa Center for Strategic Studies at the National Defense University. He previously served as Project Director for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Public Diplomacy Initiative. He is also a management and communications advisor and principal at HKS Global, a Washington, D.C.-based public affairs firm. Brad is a former Director of the Office of International Visitors at the U.S. Department of State and served five years as Chief Executive Officer of the American Council of Young Political Leaders, a non-partisan international exchange organization. He is also a former managing director for Weber Shandwick Worldwide, a public relations firm, and a former advisor to the United Nations Development Program and to the parliament and government of Romania.
CGE at TCU Colloquium
Brad Minnick, project director of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars Public Diplomacy Initiative, which drafted the CGE business plan, discussed the status and future of CGE with honor students from Texas Christian University (TCU) Honors College on Monday, December 10, 2012.
Mr. Minnick, currently Director of Communications and Community Affairs for the Africa Center for Strategic Studies at National Defense University in Washington, D.C., was the featured guest at a TCU Honors College Colloquium organized by CGE Founder Larry D. Lauer, Vice Chancellor and Distinguished Professor of Strategic Communications at TCU. Minnick spoke about the impact of new media on International Organizations and the transformational benefit to society at large of the newly incorporated Center for Global Engagement. "After years of study and dozens of recommendations to establish such an organization, I am very proud to say that CGE is now a reality," Minnick said. He credited Mr. Lauer and the many other leaders from across the U.S. who contributed time and expertise to the project for its ultimate success. "The reason CGE exists is because of the assistance and support and leadership of experts like Larry," Mr. Minnick told the students.