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Next Tuesday: Robert H. Jackson Center President Kristan McMahon Kicks off Great Decisions Speaker Series

By February 14, 2023No Comments

Kristan McMahon, President at the Robert H. Jackson Center

Kristan McMahon, president at the Robert H. Jackson Center, will present on the War Crimes next Tuesday from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.  To order tickets download the 2023 Registration Form.

Tuesday, February 21 kicks off our 2023 Great Decisions Speaker Series. The series features eight engaging foreign policy discussions introduced and facilitated by leading experts across Western New York.

About Kristen McMahon

Kristan McMahon has served as President of the Robert H. Jackson Center since April 2019. McMahon is a former principal with Vetted Solutions, an executive search firm specializing in association and nonprofit recruiting and consulting in Washington, D.C., where she helped guide a transformational process for the company’s executive searches. Previously, McMahon was corporate counsel for Verizon in Arlington, Virginia. She advised all business entities on various antitrust issues, including deal analysis and compliance with antitrust/competition laws. Before joining Verizon, McMahon served as a Staff Attorney for Howrey LLP, where she was part of the antitrust team leading government investigations and litigations for numerous global Fortune 500 companies.
McMahon received a B.A. in Journalism/Mass Communication and Political Science from St. Bonaventure University, a J.D. from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law, and a Certificate from its Communications Law Institute.

She serves as a Trustee and Chair of the Student Affairs Committee for St. Bonaventure University. She also serves on the boards of Youth for Understanding, an international student exchange organization, and Sitar Arts Center, a youth arts education center in Washington, D.C.

She is an avid traveler, and in her spare time, she reads…mostly about justice, WWII, authoritarian regimes, and international humanitarian law these days, but she really enjoys cozy mysteries set in tea shops, coffee shops, or bookshops.

To view the dates, topics, and speakers scheduled for our next seven discussions, click here.

For more details on the series and to participate download the 2023 Registration Form

Questions? Contact the International Exchanges and Education Department at 716-883-1900 ext. 310