Special Harvard Club Faculty Speaker Zoom Event: Professor Juliette Kayyem on Homeland Security

Tuesday, December 1, 2020 | 6:00- 7:00 PM ET

Mark your calendar now, and plan to join with fellow Harvard alumni in the Northern New England region for a very special and timely virtual event.  


As the majority of us are at home socially distancing due to the COVID-19 outbreak, Juliette has become the face of tough-love crisis management. In the process, she is advising mayors, governors, and CEOs and informing millions of viewers on CNN where she serves as a National Security Analyst about the “preparedness paradox” and the need to understand a basic truth of this crisis: “Reality bites, but it is all we got.”  A Pulitzer Prize finalist, Professor Kayyem told us in her 2016 best-selling book, Security Mom: “In the struggle for resiliency, there is no finish line. There is only a plan, and a whole lot of learning, followed by a new and better plan.” Juliette helps us understand the “adaptive recovery” of this global pandemic and reminds us regularly that our “now normal” will be a new, different one.


Sign Up! This event is free — BUT space is limited and registration is required.  Please register by Sunday, November 29. Please email Doug Chamberlain ’73, Secretary/Treasurer of The Harvard Club of New Hampshire, at douglasrchamberlain@icloud.com. If you register, the Club will email you a Zoom link the day before the event.