Wendy Sherman brings solid, sound advice to every opportunity, tapping into over three decades of experience in business, international affairs and politics. Now a senior fellow at both Harvard’s Institute of Politics and Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Sherman recently stepped down as under secretary of state for political affairs after four years overseeing every region of the world, dealing with every major opportunity and crisis, and leading the U.S. negotiating team to a successful conclusion of the Iran nuclear deal. In recognition of her many diplomatic accomplishments, she was recently awarded the National Security Medal by President Barack Obama and currently serves as a member of the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board. Sherman has written op-eds in major publications, including USA Today, on security around the world, conference papers and delivered speeches to corporations, associations and universities throughout the world, sharing her expertise in negotiating in challenging situations. She speaks about diplomacy and international relations, as well as shares her expertise on North Korea, as a Global Affairs Contributor for NBC News and MSNBC. Diplomat, negotiator, businesswoman and breaker of glass ceilings, Sherman, provides an insider’s guide to geopolitics, teaches when and how to negotiate change and unpacks the strategies for getting what you want in business, service and in life.
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