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Madeleine Albright becomes first female secretary of state


The day after her unanimous confirmation by the U.S. Senate, Madeleine Albright is sworn in as America’s first female secretary of state by Vice President Al Gore at the White House. As head of the U.S. State Department, Albright was the highest ranking female official in U.S. history, a distinction that led some to declare that the “glass ceiling” preventing the ascension of women in government had been lifted.

Albright was born Maria Jana Korbelova in Czechoslovakia in 1937 and fled to the United States with her family in 1948 after the communist takeover. She studied law and government at Columbia University in New York City and graduated with a Ph.D. During the 1970s, she served as a staff member on the National Security Council and at the White House and in 1989 became president of the nonprofit Center for National Policy. In January 1993, she was appointed the permanent U.S. representative to the United Nations by President Bill Clinton, where she earned a reputation as a tough, straight-talking negotiator with a personal touch. In December 1996, she was nominated by Clinton to replace Warren Christopher as secretary of state, the most important and powerful post in the president’s Cabinet.

On January 26, 2005, Condoleezza Rice was sworn in by President George W. Bush as the nation’s second female secretary of state. Hillary Clinton became the third in 2009.


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Madeleine K. Albright is a professor, author, diplomat and businesswoman who served as the 64th Secretary of State of the United States. Dr. Albright received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, from President Obama on May 29, 2012.

In 1997, Dr. Albright was named the first female Secretary of State and became, at that time, the highest ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government. As Secretary of State, Dr. Albright reinforced America’s alliances, advocated for democracy and human rights, and promoted American trade, business, labor, and environmental standards abroad. From 1993 to 1997, Dr. Albright served as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations and was a member of the President’s Cabinet. From 1989 to 1992, she served as President of the Center for National Policy. Previously, she was a member of President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Council and White House staff and served as Chief Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Edmund S. Muskie.

Dr. Albright is a Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Dr. Albright is Chair of Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategy firm, and Chair of Albright Capital Management LLC, an investment advisory firm focused on emerging markets. She also chairs the National Democratic Institute and serves as the president of the Truman Scholarship Foundation. She is a member of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Policy Board, a group tasked with providing the Secretary of Defense with independent, informed advice and opinion concerning matters of defense policy. Dr. Albright also serves on the Board of the Aspen Institute. In 2009, Dr. Albright was asked by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen to Chair a Group of Experts focused on developing NATO’s New Strategic Concept.

Dr. Albright’s most recent book, Fascism: A Warning (2018) debuted at #1 on the New York Times bestseller list. She is the author of five other New York Times bestselling books: her autobiography, Madam Secretary: A Memoir (2003) The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs (2006) Memo to the President: How We Can Restore America's Reputation and Leadership (2008) Read My Pins: Stories from a Diplomat’s Jewel Box (2009) and Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948 (2012).


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Madeleine K. Albright is a professor, author, diplomat and businesswoman who served as the 64th Secretary of State of the United States. Dr. Albright received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, from President Obama on May 29, 2012.
In 1997, Dr. Albright was named the first female Secretary of State and became, at that time, the highest ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government. As Secretary of State, Dr. Albright reinforced America’s alliances, advocated for democracy and human rights, and promoted American trade, business, labor, and environmental standards abroad. From 1993 to 1997, Dr. Albright served as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations and was a member of the President’s Cabinet. From 1989 to 1992, she served as President of the Center for National Policy. Previously, she was a member of President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Council and White House staff and served as Chief Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Edmund S. Muskie.

Dr. Albright is a Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Dr. Albright is Chair of Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategy firm, and Chair of Albright Capital Management LLC, an investment advisory firm focused on emerging markets. She also chairs the National Democratic Institute, serves as the president of the Truman Scholarship Foundation and is Honorary Chair of the World Refugee & Migration Council.

Dr. Albright is a seven-time New York Times bestselling author. Her most recent book, Hell and Other Destinations was published in April 2020. Her other books include: her autobiography, Madam Secretary: A Memoir (2003) The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs (2006) Memo to the President: How We Can Restore America's Reputation and Leadership (2008) Read My Pins: Stories from a Diplomat’s Jewel Box (2009) Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948 (2012), and Fascism: A Warning (2018).

Dr. Albright received a B.A. with Honors from Wellesley College, and Master’s and Doctorate
degrees from Columbia University’s Department of Public Law and Government, as well as a
Certificate from its Russian Institute. She is based in Washington, DC.

Dina Powell McCormick is global head of sustainability and inclusive growth at Goldman Sachs. In this role, she partners with leaders globally to advance our sustainability efforts across all of our businesses. Dina is also global head of the firm’s sovereign business, responsible for helping build and enhance the firm's relationships with global sovereign clients. She serves on the Management Committee and the Firmwide Client and Business Standards Committee.

Dina rejoined Goldman Sachs in 2018 as a partner in the Investment Banking Division after serving as the US Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategy from 2017 to 2018. Dina initially joined the firm in 2007, and from 2007 to 2017, she led the Impact Investing Business and the Environmental Markets Group, which deployed more than $5 billion in market-based loans and equity to drive sustainable economic development and revitalize under-served communities. During this same period, she was also president of The Goldman Sachs Foundation, developing and overseeing two major initiatives to drive economic growth and opportunity — 10,000 Women and 10,000 Small Businesses — that successfully provided business education and capital to women and small businesses, respectively.

Earlier in her career, Dina served as Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs and Deputy Undersecretary of Public Affairs and Public Diplomacy and as a senior White House advisor as Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel.

Dina is currently a non-resident Senior Fellow at the Future of Diplomacy Project at Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs.


#InContext: Madeleine Albright

By the time Madeleine Albright was a teenager, she had escaped fascism twice. When she was almost two years old, her family fled from the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia by going to the United Kingdom. After the war, they returned home. However, in 1948, the family was forced to uproot their life for a second time in the wake of a Soviet-sponsored communist coup. They found refuge in the United States, where Albright would go on to become the first female Secretary of State and, at the time, the highest ranked woman in U.S. government history.

Albright knows better than most both the efforts necessary to protect individuals from governmental abuse and the power of the government to protect against systemic violence. Once, at a naturalization ceremony, a man told her, “Only in America can a refugee meet the Secretary of State.” She replied, “Only in America can a refugee become the Secretary of State.”

Confirmed unanimously in 1996, Albright would use her position in the Clinton administration to champion women’s rights, advance the Kyoto Protocol to fight against climate change, and strengthen the North American Treaty Organization. As Secretary of State during the Balkan civil wars, her involvement with the Kosovo conflict and her efforts to cease the ethnic cleansing of Albanians would lead to some calling it “Madeleine’s War.” This work was more than a professional achievement in her confirmation process, Albright learned her family had hidden their Jewish faith throughout World War II, making the protection of the vulnerable intensely personal to the first female Secretary of State. Since leaving that post, Albright has served as a professor, formed an international strategy group, and headed a variety of charitable foundations. Put differently, she has continued to use her voice to fight for those who need it.

In 2018, Albright heralded an alert in her book, Fascism: A Warning, where she defines a fascist as, “someone who claims to speak for a whole nation or group, is utterly unconcerned with the rights of others, and is willing to use violence and whatever other means are necessary to achieve the goals he or she might have.” She notes in her book that the 20th Century was defined by the clashes of democracy and fascist governments, and as a powerful stateswoman, she watched the retreats from democratic governance in 2016 with alarm. Her book serves as a manifesto for those worried about the state of freedom in the 21st Century. In it, she reinforces Hannah Arendt’s thesis on the banality of evil by reminding her readers:

“The real question is: Who has the responsibility to uphold human rights? The answer to that is: Everyone.”

While Albright was referring to the importance of upholding fair and free governments, her sentiment extends further. Three years ago, former Douglass Fellow Brittany Davis noted in her profile of Albright that, “If we all spoke against injustices and for those whose voices are impeded, real change can happen and lives can be changed forever.” This is true not just of democracy, but human rights. In one of the last interviews in her official capacity as Secretary of State, Albright acknowledged the growing scourge of sex trafficking. Throughout her career, Albright has brought attention to human trafficking and emphasized the importance of active involvement in improving the rights of people across the world. Twenty years after that interview, trafficking continues to rise. The call to action remains.


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A Conversation with Madeleine Albright

Renowned for her courage and “telling it like it is,” former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright joins Dean Fritz Mayer for a candid conversation touching on the current state of world affairs and the many challenges our nation faces on the international stage – from the global impacts of the pandemic to the personalities who shape today’s headlines. A moderated Q&A will draw on her distinguished career as a diplomat, the Korbel legacy as well as insights from her most recent book, Hell and Other Destinations.

MADELEINE K. ALBRIGHT is a professor, author, diplomat and businesswoman who served as the 64th Secretary of State of the United States. Dr. Albright received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, from President Obama on May 29, 2012.

In 1997, Dr. Albright was named the first female Secretary of State and became, at that time, the highest-ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government. As Secretary of State, Dr. Albright reinforced America’s alliances, advocated for democracy and human rights, and promoted American trade, business, labor, and environmental standards abroad. From 1993 to 1997, Dr. Albright served as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations and was a member of the President’s Cabinet. From 1989 to 1992, she served as President of the Center for National Policy. Previously, she was a member of President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Council and White House staff and served as Chief Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Edmund S. Muskie.

Dr. Albright is a Professor in the Practice of Diplomacy at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Dr. Albright is Chair of Albright Stonebridge Group, a global strategy firm, and Chair of Albright Capital Management LLC, an investment advisory firm focused on emerging markets. She also chairs the National Democratic Institute and serves as the president of the Truman Scholarship Foundation. She is a member of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Policy Board, a group tasked with providing the Secretary of Defense with independent, informed advice and opinion concerning matters of defense policy. Dr. Albright also serves on the Board of the Aspen Institute. In 2009, Dr. Albright was asked by NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen to Chair a Group of Experts focused on developing NATO’s New Strategic Concept.

Dr. Albright is a seven-time New York Times bestselling author. Her most recent book, Hell and Other Destinations was published in April 2020. Her other books include: her autobiography, Madam Secretary: A Memoir (2003) The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs (2006) Memo to the President: How We Can Restore America's Reputation and Leadership (2008) Read My Pins: Stories from a Diplomat’s Jewel Box (2009) Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948 (2012), and Fascism: A Warning (2018).


Read My Pins

The first major museum exhibition of jewelry from the personal collection of Madeleine Albright premiered at the Museum of Arts and Design on September 30, 2009 and closed on January 31, 2010. Read My Pins: The Madeleine Albright Collection featured more than 200 pins, many of which Secretary Albright wore to communicate a message or a mood during her diplomatic tenure. The exhibition examines the collection for its historic significance as well as the expressive power of jewelry and its ability to communicate through a style and language of its own. The exhibition was displayed in the Museum's Tiffany & Co. Gallery, dedicated to the study and presentation of contemporary jewelry from around the world.

In 1997, Albright was named the first female Secretary of State and became, at that time, the highest-ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government. While serving under President Bill Clinton, first as U.S ambassador to the United Nations, and then as Secretary of State, Albright became known for wearing brooches that purposefully conveyed her views about the situation at hand. "I found that jewelry had become part of my personal diplomatic arsenal," Secretary Albright has said. "While President George H.W. Bush had been known for saying 'Read my lips,' I began urging colleagues and reporters to 'Read my pins.'"

The collection that Secretary Albright cultivated is distinctive and democratic-sometimes demure and understated, sometimes outlandish and outspoken-spanning more than a century of jewelry design and including fascinating pieces from across the globe. The works on view were chosen for their symbolic value, and while some are fine antiques, many are costume jewelry. Read My Pins explores the stories behind these works and their historical and artistic significance, and is accompanied by a book, Read My Pins: Stories from a Diplomat's Jewel Box, published by HarperCollins.

Over the years, Secretary Albright's pins became a part of her public persona, and they chart the course of an extraordinary journey, carving out a visual path through international and cultural diplomacy. A highlight of the exhibition will be the brooch that began Secretary Albright's unusual use of pins as a tool in her diplomatic arsenal. After Saddam Hussein's press referred to her as a serpent, Secretary Albright wore a golden snake brooch pinned to her suit for her next meeting on Iraq. Read My Pins will feature the famous snake brooch among many other pins with similar stories-some associated with important world events, others gifts from international leaders or valued friends.

The exhibition also showcases a group of Americana, which is at the center of the Madeleine Albright collection. One of her most original pieces is a pin made for her specifically on the occasion of Brooching It Diplomatically. The silver brooch shows the head of Lady Liberty with two watch faces for eyes, one of which is upside down-allowing both her and her visitor to see when it is time for an appointment to end. As demonstrated in this clever work, Read My Pins explores Albright's ongoing impact on the field of jewelry design and collecting.

Read My Pins traveled to a total of 22 museums and presidential libraries nationwide over nine years. In 2017 Secretary Albright announced she would donate the full exhibition to the permanent collection of the United States Diplomacy Center (USDC).


News Release

BURLINGTON, Mass. --(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 3, 2021-- Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG), the global leader in critical event management (CEM), today announced Dr.

, professor, author, diplomat and businesswoman who served as the 64th Secretary of State of the United States , will keynote its Spring 2021 COVID-19: Road to Recovery (R2R) virtual leadership summit taking place May 26-27 , discussing government and business resiliency in a post-pandemic world. The two-day symposium will feature keynote addresses from world leaders like the 42 nd President of the United States

, as well as discussions with C-level business executives across industries and global markets, including Lululemon, Philips Domestic Appliances, Salesforce.com, and many others.

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Everbridge COVID-19: Road to Recovery (R2R) Spring Symposium, May 26 & 27, 2021 (Graphic: Business Wire)

received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, from

became the first female Secretary of State and became, at that time, the highest-ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government. From 1993 to 1997,

served as the U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations and served as a member of the President’s Cabinet . From 1989 to 1992, she served as President of the Center for National Policy . Previously, she served as a member of President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Council and White House staff and served as Chief Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator

“We welcome the very accomplished Dr.

to Everbridge’s Spring COVID-19: Road to Recovery Symposium series and look forward to her insights about organizational resiliency garnered from years of diplomatic service and business leadership,” said

, Chief Executive Officer, Everbridge. “As governments, businesses and individuals transition to the post-pandemic ‘new normal,’ all benefit from sharing best practices on a global basis to increase safety and grow economies.”

New Speakers and Sessions

The multi-year Everbridge symposium series offers global leaders a valuable forum to exchange best practices on how to protect people and business assets build back and grow revenue streams increase business resiliency and mitigate potential threats like IT outages, cyber-attacks, natural disasters, and many other critical events. Speakers and participants represent all sectors of society from business and government, community organizations and advocacy groups, to science, medicine, transportation, sports & entertainment, and academia.

The latest Everbridge Spring 2021 symposium speakers and sessions include an impressive lineup spanning sectors, industries, and job functions. New speakers include:

  • Keith White​, Chief of Safety & Security,​ Salesforce.com​
  • Dimitri van Zantvliet Rozemeijer, Chief Information Security Officer, Dutch Olympic Committee

, Chief Executive Officer, Kwiat &

Last year, Everbridge welcomed President

, MD, U.S. General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.), and Virgin Group Founder Sir Richard Branson , among others, to serve as keynote speakers. The events attracted more than 40,000 participants including government officials, healthcare experts and senior executives from 150 countries, as well as participants from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , the Mayo Clinic , Goldman Sachs, Fannie Mae, Ford Motor Company, Humana, IBM, and others.

To register for the Everbridge Spring 2021 COVID-19 R2R: The Road to Recovery Symposium, click here.

Everbridge, Inc. (NASDAQ: EVBG) is a global software company that provides enterprise software applications that automate and accelerate organizations’ operational response to critical events in order to Keep People Safe and Organizations Running™. During public safety threats such as active shooter situations, terrorist attacks or severe weather conditions, as well as critical business events including IT outages, cyber-attacks or other incidents such as product recalls or supply-chain interruptions, over 5,600 global customers rely on the Company’s Critical Event Management Platform to quickly and reliably aggregate and assess threat data, locate people at risk and responders able to assist, automate the execution of pre-defined communications processes through the secure delivery to over 100 different communication modalities, and track progress on executing response plans. Everbridge serves 8 of the 10 largest U.S. cities, 9 of the 10 largest U.S. -based investment banks, 47 of the 50 busiest North American airports, 9 of the 10 largest global consulting firms, 8 of the 10 largest global automakers, 9 of the 10 largest U.S. -based health care providers, and 7 of the 10 largest technology companies in the world. Everbridge is based in Boston with additional offices in 20 cities around the globe. For more information visit www.everbridge.com.

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Dr. Madeleine K. Albright

As one of the world’s most respected diplomats, Dr. Madeleine K. Albright, continues to advocate for democracy and human rights across the world, while also championing the important impact international relations and educational exchanges have on the United States today.

In 1997 under President Bill Clinton, Dr. Albright was named the first female Secretary of State and became, at that time, the highest ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government. From 1993 to 1997, Dr. Albright served as the U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations and was a member of the President’s cabinet.

Currently, Dr. Albright is a professor in the practice of diplomacy at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. She chairs the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs and serves as president of the Truman Scholarship Foundation. She is also a member of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Policy Board, a group tasked with providing the Secretary of Defense with independent, informed advice and opinions concerning matters of defense policy. Dr. Albright also serves on the board of the Aspen Institute.

In 2012, President Barack Obama awarded Dr. Albright the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor.

Dr. Albright’s most recent book is the number one New York Times best seller Fascism: A Warning. She is the author of five other New York Times best sellers: her autobiography, Madam Secretary: A Memoir The Mighty and the Almighty: Reflections on America, God, and World Affairs Memo to the President: How We Can Restore America's Reputation and Leadership Read My Pins: Stories from a Diplomat’s Jewel Box and Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948.

Dr. Albright received a bachelor’s degree with honors from Wellesley College, and master’s and doctoral degrees from Columbia University’s Department of Public Law and Government, as well as a certificate from its Russian Institute. She is based in Washington, D.C.

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