Intelligence, Leadership, and International Institutions
April 10, 2009 12:30pm - 1:45pm
Speaker: Colonel Laura Potter, United States Army
Colonel Laura Potter will share her experiences as an intelligence professional who has led military personnel and civilians from the tactical to strategic levels and is currently at the forefront of Army policy. Her discussion will focus around her operational experiences in the intelligence community, and more broadly her leadership experiences working with other agencies and international institutions.
Colonel Potter’s discussion will include an examination of intelligence operations in Iraq, the benefits and challenges of working with international security institutions, as well as broader Title X responsibilities of the Army during times of war. Throughout, she will offer valuable leadership lessons that will strongly resonate with those in both the military and civilian sectors.
- Stephenie Gosnellgosnell@stanford.edu;Michael Sulmeyersulmeyer@stanford.edu