Harvard Folks Appearing at the Conference on World Affairs, April 4-8, in Boulder

13 of the participants in the 68th CWA have past or present connections with Harvard. They can be seen and heard in various events at the CU Boulder Campus April 4-8, 2016. All events are free and open to the public.

The 68th Conference on World Affairs will be held April 4-8, 2016 (Monday 9:00 - Friday 6:00) at various venues on the University of Colorado's Boulder campus.  All events are free and open to the public.

Detailed information about the program and participants for the 68th Conference on World Affairs can be found via  The CWA Web site. The week's schedule is here, and the participants' bios are here.

Thirteen of this year’s participants have Harvard connections:

Douglas Carlston – Serial Technology Entrepreneur, San Rafael, California – BA '69/70 (Dudley), JD '75

Morow Cater* – President, Cater Communications, San Francisco – BA '81 (Eliot)

Peter C Frumhoff – Director of Science and Policy, Union of Concerned Scientists, Cambridge, Massachusetts – Associate of Harvard University Center for the Environment

Marilinda Garcia – National Spokesperson for the LIBRE Initiative, Government Cyber Policy Advisor for Axon Global, and Former Republican U.S. House Representative, Salem, New Hampshire – MPP '10

Martha Clark Goss – Independent Director, American Water Works, Voorhees, New Jersey – MBA '78 (Section D)

Vicki J Huddleston – Ambassador (ret.) to Mali and to Madagascar, United States Department of State, Santa Fe, New Mexico – IOP Fellow (2005)

Joanne Grady Huskey* – Vice President, iLIVE2LEAD International, Washington – EdM '78

Robert Inglis – Executive Director, Energy & Enterprise Initiative, Fairfax, Virginia, and Former Republican U.S. House Representative, South Carolina – IOP Fellow (2011)

Sonja Hoel Perkins – Founder, The Perkins Fund, Broadway Angels, and Project Glimmer, San Francisco – MBA '93 (Section G)

Steven Rubin – Professor, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania – Nieman Fellow (1999)

Daniel Stid – Director of the Madison Initiative, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, San Francisco – PhD '94 

Charlie van der Horst* – Senior Program Advisor, Last Mile Health; Professor of Medicine, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – MD '78

Tim Wirth* – Vice Chair of the United Nations Foundation and Better World Fund and Former U.S. Senator from Colorado, Washington, D.C. – BA '61 (Lowell), EdM '65

* - returning participant