World Affairs Council's Jane Wales Steps Down

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Jane Wales is leaving her post as CEO and president of the World Affairs Council after 20 years. (Photo: World Affairs Council)

After 20 years leading the World Affairs Council, which convenes nonpartisan conversations around issues such as environmental policy and international affairs, Jane Wales is stepping down. She joins Forum to discuss the council's accomplishments, including the Global Philanthropy Forum and the relaunch of the weekly radio program "WorldAffairs." And we'll talk with Wales about the U.S.-China trade conflict, Brexit and more in international news.


Jane Wales, president and CEO, World Affairs Council; president, Aspen Institute