End: Wednesday, September 19, 2012 3:00 PM
You are cordially invited to a special event with
Political attaché-Congressional Liaison, Embassy of Hungary
Conversation about Hungary Today
with remarks by
Marek Jan Chodakiewicz
Professor of History, The Kosciuszko Chair in Polish Studies, IWP
Wednesday, September 19
The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
Please RSVP to email@example.com.
This lecture is part of a series on the Intermarium, organized by the Kosciuszko Chair of Polish Studies at IWP.
Anna Stumpf received her M.A. in International Relations and Political Science at Corvinus University, Budapest in 2009. She is currently finishing her second M.A. thesis in American Studies at ELTE University, where her major focus was U.S. politics and foreign policy.
After interning at CNN International, the Council for Foreign Relations in NYC, CSIS, and the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. she returned to Hungary and joined the Foreign Ministry's Americas Department where she served as U.S. desk officer. She was recently posted to Washington, D.C. as a congressional liaison and political attaché where she covers US politics and congressional affairs.
Anna is an alumna of The Fund for American Studies' Prague and D.C. institutes and is active in the Hungarian-American Coalition's alumni. She has been translator and editor of several English language publications on U.S. and Hungarian democracy and constitutionalism.
She is founding director of Common Sense Society in Budapest, a civil society initiative that aims to promote civic engagement, entrepreneurship, and the principles of responsible liberty among students and young professionals.
Important note: Attendance at all IWP events requires an RSVP in advance. In addition, prospective attendees must receive an e-mail confirmation from IWP indicating that seating will be available for them at the event. A government-issued ID that matches your name on the confirmed attendee list must be presented at the door for admission to any event.