Westminster Presents a Lecture with Mike Leavitt: “High Octane Diplomacy: Foreign Policy Advice for the Next President”
Oct 24, 2016 10:56AM ● Published by Bryan Scott
Mike Leavitt, former governor of Utah and cabinet member in the George W. Bush administration
Kim T. Adamson Lecture in International Studies: “High Octane Diplomacy: Foreign Policy Advice for the Next President”
Vieve Gore Concert Hall, Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory
1840 South 1300 East
Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov. 1, 2016 7 p.m.
Westminster Presents a Lecture: “High Octane Diplomacy: Foreign Policy Advice for the Next President”
Mike Leavitt brings his vast political experience to bear upon the presidential election one week before Americans go to the polls
SALT LAKE CITY – Westminster presents a Kim T. Adamson Lecture in International Studies entitled “High Octane Diplomacy: Foreign Policy Advice for the Next President” by Mike Leavitt on Nov. 1, 2016, at 7 p.m., in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall in the Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory. A public reception with Governor Leavitt will follow the lecture.
Mike Leavitt is the founder and chairman of Leavitt Partners where he helps clients navigate the future as they transition to new and better models of care. In 1993, Leavitt was elected governor of Utah. He served three terms (1993–2003). In 2003, he joined the cabinet of President George W. Bush, serving in two positions: first as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (2003–2005) and then as secretary of Health and Human Services (2005–2009). At HHS, he administered a $750 billion budget — nearly 25 percent of the entire federal budget — and 67,000 employees.
Leavitt is a seasoned diplomat, leading U.S. delegations to more than 50 countries. He has conducted negotiations on matters related to health, the environment and trade. At the conclusion of his service, the Chinese government awarded him the China Public Health Award – the first time this award has ever been given to a foreign government official.
The lecture is free and open to the public.