Princeton in Washington: A Conversation with Representative Derek Kilmer ’96

Derek Kilmer is currently serving his first term in the US House of Representatives, representing the 6th District of Washington.  Derek was previously elected to the Washington state House in 2004 and the state Senate in 2006 where he became the Senate’s lead capital budget writer.  Prior to joining Congress, Derek worked as a business consultant for McKinsey & Company, helping Washington State businesses, non-profits, and government agencies run more efficiently.

Princeton in Washington: Dinner with Hady Amr *94

Enjoy dinner with Hady Amr. Hady will address his career which ranges from working as a White House appointee in the Obama Administration working as deputy head for the Middle East at USAID and deputy envoy for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations to with the World Bank and U.N. agencies, to small NGOs to his current position with the Brookings institution. He is also pleased to answer questions about recent events in the Middle East.

Princeton in Washington: Lunch with Commissioner Cheryl LaFleur ’75

Commissioner Cheryl A. LaFleur was first nominated by President Barack Obama to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in 2010 and was confirmed for a second term by the Senate in 2014. She served as Acting Chairman of the Commission from November 2013 to July 2014 and January to August 2017 and as Chairman from July 2014 until April 2015.

Princeton in Washington: A Conversation with General (Ret) Petraeus

General David H. Petraeus is one of the most prominent U.S. military figures of the post-9/11 era and has been described as “one of the great battle captains” in American military history. Following his military service, he served as Director of the CIA.  He is now a Partner with the global investment firm KKR and Chairman of the KKR Global Institute.

Princeton in Washington: A Conversation with Dr. Philip M. Murphy ’75

Philip M. Murphy is a Senior Investigator and Chief of the Laboratory of Molecular Immunology (LMI) at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) of the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda.  Dr. Murphy received his undergraduate degree from Princeton in 1975 and medical degree from Cornell in 1981, and trained in Internal Medicine at New York University-Bellevue Hospital Center where he was Chief Resident in 1984-85.


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