I have some great news, which I want to share with you.
I have been appointed as senior fellow at the Osgood Center for International Studies in Washington, D.C.. The Osgood Center is a non-profit educational organization that offers short-term foreign policy programs and experiential learning to graduate, college, and high school students from around the globe.
I will be starting this summer at this institute which is the premier foreign policy program in the heart of Washington, D.C.
As you can understand, I am very excited to begin with this new challenge in my career: sharing my views and experiences with new fresh global thinkers and leaders.
One of my main goals will be that I can inspire other girls and women to choose what's best for them and their career. That I can learn them not to think in boundaries and that they have the capacity to become the new female leaders of the world. I want to challenge the participating students to have difficult conversations, to recognize the complexity in each other, to strive for equality and fairness.
In my next blog I'll write some information about The Osgood Center's programs and how to apply. So, please if you know somebody (students of International Business or Diplomacy) who might be interested, don't hesitate to email me at senay at osgoodcenter dot org.