On February 12, Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch (Ret) receives the 2020 J. Raymond “Jit” Trainor Award for Excellence in the Conduct of Diplomacy at Georgetown School of Foreign Service. Previous Trainor awardees include
@ElBaradei, @madeleine, and @wendyrsherman.
Amb. Thomas Pickering formally introduced Amb. Yovanovitch and discussion moderator Amb. William Burns, President of
@CarnegieEndow. See video of her lecture below:
THREAD: This evening in Gaston Hall, Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch will receive this year’s J. Raymond “Jit” Trainor Award for Excellence in the Conduct of Diplomacy. Amb. Yovanovitch joined @GUDiplomacy as a @StateDept Fellow in 2019 after serving as U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/3rYtyl9gV3
— Georgetown SFS (@georgetownsfs) February 12, 2020
Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch said the State Department is "in trouble," with senior leaders who lack "moral clarity" and "policy vision," in her first public remarks since testifying before Congress. https://t.co/GikrD1asHG
— ABC News (@ABC) February 13, 2020
Standing ovation and long applause for Ambassador Yovanovitch at Georgetown University as she came on stage just now. Yovanovitch is being given the Trainor award for excellence in conduct of diplomacy. This is the first time she’s speaking publicly since her House testimony. pic.twitter.com/tVyIMAPUBM
— Camilla Schick (@CamJourno) February 12, 2020
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