On January 18, women ambassadors, Congresswomen, and other leading ladies in foreign policy celebrated sisterhood and solidarity at an annual dinner organized by Georgetown’s Institute for Women Peace and Security. The event was co-hosted by Secretary Madeleine Albright, Ambassador Melanne Verveer, and Georgetown President Jack DeGioia.
Washington’s Women in Foreign Policy
The 2018 gathering featured eight female ambassadors, many of whom are the first women to serve as ambassadors the United States from their respective countries—including Omani Ambassador Hunanina Sultan Ahmed al Mughairy and Albanian Ambassador Floreta Faber.
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