STS-PAC Speaker Series: David Ignatius

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7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. ET

Join STS surgeon leaders and the STS-PAC Board of Advisors for the premier event of the virtual STS-PAC Speaker Series. 

The event will feature foreign affairs columnist for The Washington Post and bestselling novelist David Ignatius. Drawing from more than 40 years of on-the-ground reporting on politics, economics, and the Middle East, Ignatius will address journalistic integrity. 

He’ll share his hard-earned knowledge and insights, including building relationships with potential sources, acquiring information, and maintaining objectivity to avoid becoming a partisan voice. During the event, Ignatius will answer participant questions. More about Ignatius can be found below.

This series is open to all 2021 STS-PAC contributors.* RSVP is Required. 

Zoom credentials will be shared closer to the event.
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About David Ignatius

David Ignatius is a globetrotting journalist who has covered nearly every Washington beat, including the Pentagon, CIA, Capitol Hill, and Cyber Command. For more than 15 years, Ignatius has written a twice-weekly column that is published in The Washington Post; his columns also have appeared in scores of newspapers around the world. An NBC analyst and regular guest on Morning Joe, Ignatius also has appeared on CBS This Morning, Face the Nation, and Meet the Press. Ignatius has been praised for his unparalleled understanding of the intelligence world and turned his experiences with the CIA into 10 spy novels.

 


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