AMA with Matthew Tueller, U.S. Ambassador to Yemen
WHEN Tuesday | 20 Feb, 2:00 PM-6:00 PM
WHERE 238 HRCB
2 PM U.S. Foreign Policy in the Gulf
4 PM State Department Diplomacy Careers
5 PM Exploring the Role of the Arab League
Ask Me Anything diplomacy triple-header, starting with the ambassador on current U.S. policy and issues in the Gulf, followed by the ambassador focusing on Foreign Service careers, hosted by our Foreign Service Student Organization. Finally, a strategy session with our Model Arab League delegation. Open to students and faculty (off the record.)
His Excellency Matthew H. Tueller was appointed U.S. ambassador to Yemen in 2014, having previously served as ambassador to Kuwait. Tueller’s other assignments include deputy chief of mission in Cairo, Kuwait, and Doha, political minister counselor in Baghdad, political counselor in Riyadh, and chief of the U.S. Office in Yemen. He received a BA from BYU and an MPP from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, and he is a recipient of the David M. Kennedy Center’s Distinguished Service Award.