The Denver Warburg Chapter and the Denver Council on Foreign Relations will host a discussion and dinner Dr. Rachel Bronson, Executive Director and Publisher of Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
There is a $20 charge for ACG members and a $35 charge for nonmembers to attend this event.
The “cash bar” is cash only. No credit cards will be accepted.
Reservations are required here by Monday, February 6.
Please note that cell phone usage, jeans, or commercial sales are not permitted at the Denver Country Club.
Dr. Rachel Bronson is the Executive Director and Publisher of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, where she oversees the publishing programs, the management of the Doomsday Clock, and a growing set of activities pivoting around nuclear weapons, nuclear energy, climate change, and emerging technologies. Before joining the Bulletin, she served for eight years at The Chicago Council on Global Affairs in a number of capacities, including Vice President of Studies, Vice President of Programs and Studies, and Senior Fellow, Global Energy. She also taught “Global Energy” as an Adjunct Professor at the Kellogg School of Management. Prior to moving to Chicago, Dr. Bronson served as Senior Fellow and Director of Middle East Studies at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York. Earlier positions include Senior Fellow for International Security Affairs at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, Fellow at Harvard University’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and Adjunct Professor at Columbia University. Ms. Bronson is a Board member of the American University of Iraq, Sulaimani and the Truman National Security Program. She has served as Co-Chair of Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s Producers’ Guild, and as a Board member of the Ruth Page Center for the Arts. Dr. Bronson was named by Today’s Chicago Woman magazine as one of 100 Women to Watch (2012), 20 Women to Watch by Crain’s Chicago Business (2008), a Carnegie Corporation Scholar (2003), and a Glamour magazine “Wow Woman” (2002). She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Economic Club of Chicago, and the Pacific Council. She earned a BA in History at the University of Pennsylvania and an MA and Ph.D. in Political Science from Columbia University in 1997.