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Bradley A. Blakeman, J.D.
Photo of Bradley A. Blakeman, J.D. Bradley A. Blakeman was the President of Freedom's Watch a right of center conservative advocacy 501 C4. Prior to founding Freedom's Watch, Mr. Blakeman was a member of President George W. Bush's Senior Staff having served from 2001-2004 as Deputy Assistant to the President for Appointments and Scheduling, Vetting and Research, Correspondence and Surrogate Scheduling.
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John H. Brown
Photo of John H. Brown John Brown is currently Adjunct Professor of Liberal Studies at Georgetown University. For many years a consultant for the Library of Congress's "Open World" exchange program with the Russian Federation, Brown is a member of the Public Diplomacy Council and on the Editorial Board of the journal Place Branding and Public Diplomacy. For many years he was a Senior Fellow at the University of Southern California Center on Public Diplomacy.
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Carter Cornick
Photo of Carter Cornick Carter Cornick has decades of senior experience on the Capitol Hill, having served as a Press Secretary in both the House and Senate and several other leadership positions including most recently, Chief of Staff to U.S. Senator John Warner (R-VA.)  Mr. Cornick has extensive knowledge of Housing, Finance and Regulatory issues having served as acting Assistant Secretary of Congressional Affairs at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. He appeared and testified before Chairman Barney Frank and his House Financial Services Committee on behalf of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) on GSE legislative issues in Spring of 2007. Mr. Cornick built successful government relations/consulting practice, representing numerous business, state, and nonprofit clients for Cassidy & Associates and the Rhoads Group, working on issues from defense, to transportation to treatment for traumatic brain injury. He worked closely with Senator Warner to facilitate negotiations between the Governor of Virginia, the U.S. Department of Transportation and Members of the House and Senate to keep a $5 billion transportation project, better known as rail to Dulles, on course. Mr. Cornick earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Virginia.
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Gregory Havrilak
Photo of Gregory Havrilak Professor Greg Havrilak has worked in numerous posts as both lecturer and religious advisor. For nine years he taught ancient, medieval and modern philosophy at the City University of New York and at Nassau College on Long Island. In 1998, he settled in Europe to become the Senior Religious Advisor to NATO AIRNORTH, and to the military attaché at the American Embassy in Paris. When the Kosovo War broke out, he was dispatched to the Balkans to work with Catholic, Islamic and Orthodox leaders and Non-Governmental Agencies in Albania and Kosovo on humanitarian, religious and human rights issues.
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Sam Potolicchio
Photo of Sam Potolicchio Sam Potolicchio teaches Politics and Public Policy and Research Methods for the Semester in Washington Program at Georgetown University and is the Distinguished Professor and Chair in Global Leadership Studies at the Russian Presidential Academy. Dr. Potolicchio is also the Senior Lecturer for the Lugar Academy of the University of Indianapolis. He is the founder and president and academic director of the Preparing Global Leaders Summit in Moscow, Russia at the Russian Presidential Academy, Preparing Global Leaders Institute in Macedonia and Preparing Global Leaders Academy in Amman, Jordan.
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Amanda Slobe
Photo of Amanda Slobe Amanda M. Slobe, a native of upstate New York, is currently working in the Office of Foreign Missions at the U.S. Department of State, which provides the legal foundation to facilitate secure and efficient operations of U.S. missions abroad, and of foreign missions and international organizations in the United States.  Ms. Slobe earned her B.A. in International Relations at the State University of New York (SUNY) at Geneseo.  She has explored living in Spain but a semester in Egypt helped her decide on life in the Middle East.  She lived in Cairo, Egypt for two years, where she earned her M.A. in International Human Rights Law from the American University in Cairo.  At the height of the Arab Spring, she was living in Tahrir Square, teaching English to asylum seekers and refugees, and studying human rights law while witnessing the unfolding of the of Egyptian Revolution.
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International Relations: Academic Seminar

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