Former Secretary of State Warren Christopher to Discuss World Affairs3月 17, 2009
Former Secretary of State and O’Melveny Senior Partner Warren Christopher will discuss the global geo-political environment when the CFA Society of Los Angeles (CFALA) presents “A Conversation with Warren Christopher” on Tuesday, March 17 at the Omni Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
The CFALA announcement says that Christopher will be interviewed by Holmes Osborne III, CFA, a private money manager and CFALA member who hosts Money Confidential on Santa Monica 16 and Los Angeles 36 public television.
Christopher’s long and distinguished career includes top-level positions in the administrations of Presidents Johnson, Carter, and Clinton. He was awarded the Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian award, by President Carter for his role in negotiating the release of American hostages held by Iran. In 1991, in the aftermath of the Rodney King incident, Christopher chaired the Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department which led to significant reforms in LAPD operations. Christopher has also authored several books and has long been active in Los Angeles civic affairs.
Los Angeles, CA
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