COFFE LUNCHEON SPEAKERS: A full review of the previous speaker’s comments is contained in the COFFE News, a copy of which is sent to members.
FUTURE LUNCHEON SPEAKERS
February 26, 2018 – Martin Baron, Editor of the Washington Post.
PREVIOUS LUNCHEON SPEAKERS
January 2018 – Patrick Mulloy, U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission on China trade policy.
November 2017 – Dan Feldman, former ambassador with speak on Afghanistan and Pakistan policy.
October 2017 – General David Petraeus spoke on National Security.
September 2017 – Robert Litwak, Wilson Center Scholar talked about the US/North Korea relationship.
May 2017 – Diane Rowland – Executive VP of the Kaiser Family Foundation – on health insurance, the ACA, Medicare and Medicaid.
April 2017 – Marvin Kalb – on Russian Imperialism and the new Cold War.
March , 2017 – Tom Rosenstiel – Director of the American Press Institute and Brookings scholar.
February 2017 – Robert Daly, Director of Kissinger Institute on China.
January 2017 – Norm Ornstein spoke on the post-election political environment.
November 2016 – Judge Patricia Wald spoke on privacy and national security.
October 2016 – Prof. Allan Lichtman applied his “Keys to the White House” to predict the presidential winner in the November 2016 election.
September 2016 – Dr. Kent H. Hughes on U.S. Trade Policy—Promises and Pitfalls
May 2016 – Dr. Rush Holt, President of American Academy for the Advancement of Science, will speak on the “Role of Science in Public Policy Making”.
April 2016 – Dr. Paul Salem, Vice President for Policy and Research, Middle East Institute explained the crises in the Middle East.
March 2016 – Dr. Gail Wilensky, former director of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services spoke about the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
February 2016 – Steven Lee Myers, former Russian Bureau Chief for the New York Times, spoke about Russia with an emphasis on Vladimir Putin.
COFFE does not host luncheons in June, July, August, and December.