Join us for the fifth installment of the Chuck Hagel Forum in Global Leadership, hosted in partnership with the Atlantic Council’s Millennium Leadership Program. The 2023 Forum will feature Former Washington Executive Editor of the Wall Street Journal, Gerald F. Seib and Former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, and University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) alumnus, who will discuss the role of U.S. leadership in a changing world.
The Chuck Hagel Forum in Global Leadership explores critical issues with global leaders in search of solutions to today’s global challenges. The series debuted at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 2019 with a discussion on pressing global issues between Secretary Hagel and then-former US Vice President Joe Biden.
For sixty years, the Atlantic Council has convened global leaders to address the world’s most pressing challenges. As a central pillar of this legacy, the Millennium Leadership Program aims to connect and empower next-generation international changemakers who will shape the twenty-first century. Through their programs, global professionals sharpen their leadership abilities, increase their capacity for meaningful impact, and build community.
This event will feature opening remarks by Seib followed by a moderated discussion with Hagel. The discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Lana Obradovic, Ph.D., Director of International Studies and Associate Professor of Political Science at UNO.
This conversation will be broadcast on the Atlantic Council’s webpage and social media platforms. To receive the event information, please register using the buttons above or below. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to watch the event.
In conversation with
Former Secretary of Defense
United States of America
Gerald F. Seib
Former Washington Executive Editor
Wall Street Journal
Opening remarks by
Lana Obradovic, Ph.D.
Director of International Studies and Associate Professor of Political Science
University of Nebraska at Omaha
The Millennium Leadership Program aims to foster, connect, and empower the next generation of global leaders.