Pizza, Policy, and International Affairs: Admiral Sandy Winnefeld
Join the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and the Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC) as they host Admiral Sandy Winnefeld, USN (Ret.) for an informal town hall.
More about Admiral Sandy Winnefeld
Sandy Winnefeld graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in Aerospace Engineering and served for 37 years in the United States Navy. He flew the F-14 Tomcat, instructed at the Navy Fighter Weapons School, also known as Topgun, and served as senior aide-de-camp to General Colin L. Powell. He subsequently commanded a fighter squadron, the amphibious ship USS CLEVELAND, the aircraft carrier USS ENTERPRISE, and the THEODORE ROOSEVELT Carrier Strike Group. He subsequently commanded NATO Joint Command Lisbon, Striking and Support Forces NATO, the United States SIXTH Fleet, United States NORTHERN Command, and the North American Aerospace Defense Command, also known as NORAD. He retired in 2015 after four years as the ninth Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the nation’s number two ranking military officer.
Sandy is a frequently published author and a director or advisory board member for a several companies operating in a broad spectrum of business sectors. He currently serves as Distinguished Professor at the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Tech, where he is also a member of the Engineering Hall of Fame. He is also a senior non-resident fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
More about Pizza, Policy, and International Affairs
Pizza, Policy, and International Affairs, are a series of town halls featuring current and former executives in government, higher education, military, nonprofit and private sector. These town halls are an informal conversation on topics in global affairs, global security, the challenges facing education, media, energy, infrastructure, and the future of civil discourse.
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Co-sponsored by the Atlanta Global Studies Center (AGSC), a consortium of Georgia Institute of Technology and Georgia State University, funded in part by a US Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center grant.