Carnegie New Leaders

Description Carnegie New Leaders provides the next generation of leaders with a deeper appreciation of ethics in international affairs through a series of formal and informal discussions. While fostering moral leadership, the program offers young professionals invaluable opportunities to meet and discuss timely issues with foreign policy experts, business professionals, social innovators, scholars, and peers.

Members attend events ranging from formal panels, to social gatherings, to intimate roundtable discussions with leaders in international affairs, business, and academia. Members also have the opportunity to contribute to the program by suggesting speakers and topics, and coordinating events.

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Carnegie New Leaders
Related People Christine Bader, Advisor to the UN Special Representative for Business & Human Rights
Jeff Hittner, Deputy Chair and Director of Research
Contact Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
170 East 64th Street
New York, NY  10065
Phone: 212-838-4120
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Focus: Business, Diplomacy, Education, Ethics, Globalization, Peace, Philanthropy, Sustainability, United States, Americas, Global

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