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2014-15 Schedule
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Events for the 2015-16 Season will be posted as they are scheduled.

 

  Wed., June 3
  Annual Meeting & Dinner
 
Ambassador Thomas M.T.
    Niles

  Former US Amb. to the EU,
    Canada and Greece
 
"The Outlook for the
    European Union &
    Implications for the US"

  SYC
  6-9:00 PM

 

 


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Wednesday, June 3 - ANNUAL MEETING AND DINNER

 

                                                       

 

Wilbur Miller

Annual Meeting and Dinner

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

5:30 pm - Cash Bar

6:00 pm - Annual Meeting

7:00 pm - Dinner / Presentation

Stamford Yacht Club
97 Ocean Drive West
 

  DINNER SPEAKER
 

Ambassador Thomas M. T. Niles

 

Former U.S. Ambassador to Canada, the

European Union and Greece


 


 

 "The Outlook for the European Union and Implications for the U.S."
 
  

Ambassador Thomas Niles served as President  and CEO of the US Council for International Business from February 1999 until April 2005, following a 36-year diplomatic career that included three key ambassadorial appointments to Canada, Greece, and the European Union as well as serving as Assistant Secretary of State for Europe and Canada.  As U.S. envoy to the European Union, he was closely involved in bilateral and multilateral trade issues, as well as the developing political/security relationship between the U.S. and E.U.  As Assistant Secretary in charge of European and Canadian affairs at the State Department, Ambassador Niles was responsible for some of the first steps in the transformation of the NATO alliance, the opening of more than 15 new U.S. embassies in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union, and the establishment of diplomatic relations with the newly independent states.  Earlier in his Foreign Service career, Ambassador Niles served in Belgrade, Moscow (twice) and the U.S. mission to NATO in Brussels, as well as at State Department headquarters in Washington, D.C.

 

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