The Diplomat Forum featuring Consul General of Germany to the U.S. Stefan Schneider

  • 06 Apr 2022
  • 5:00 PM
  • Thunderbird School of Global Management, 401 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ 85004

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The Diplomat Forum

Transatlantic Diplomacy: Future of E.U. and U.S. Relations

Featuring Consul General of Germany to the U.S. Stefan Schneider

Join us for The Diplomat Forum discussion with Consul General of Germany to the U.S., Consul Stefan Schneider on April 6 at 5 pm in-person at the brand new global headquarters of Thunderbird School of Global Management in downtown Phoenix. Following the program, you are invited to stay for an evening of music, art, food and fun featuring Europe as part of Thunderbird School of Global Management's Grand Opening and 75th Anniversary Global Reunion. Regional food and beverages will be available for purchase. This program will also be broadcast live on Zoom all over the world. This is a free program.

The Diplomat Forum is a program series born from a joint partnership between the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations, Diplomatic Corps of Arizona and Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Registration

This is a complimentary, hybrid program.

To attend in person at Thunderbird School of Global Management:

REGISTER HERE

To attend virtually, click here.

Schedule


Wednesday, April 6, 2022

5 pm MST | 8 pm EDT

Venue


Hybrid Event

Thunderbird School of Global Management

401 N 1st St, Phoenix, AZ


Option to attend virtually via Zoom 

To attend virtually, click here.

Speaker

Consul General of Germany to the U.S. Stefan Schneider

Stefan Schneider started his diplomatic career in 1987, and his many assignments have taken him from the Federal Foreign Office to countries all over the world. Before being posted to Los Angeles as Consul General of Federal Republic of Germany, he was sent to Bangkok, Sofia, Miami, Paris, Rome, as well as Izmir where he served as Consul General. He has worked in a variety of fields including disarmament and arms control, consular and legal issues, press relations, international business and trade, international academic and cultural exchange, and political affairs.

He is a lawyer and has an university degree in French literature (Paris-Sorbonne).


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