Thanksgiving with Consul Andrew Halus: Talking Turkey and Transatlantic Trends

Talk with Consul Andrew Halus, Frankfurt a. M. Im Rahmen des Programms "Inside America"

In this informal talk on the morning after Thanksgiving, Consul Andy Halus will share what this very special holiday means to him personally and to him as an American diplomat living abroad. Questions such as “What are the most important condiments and side dishes of a Thanksgiving Dinner?” may well lead to discussions about the election results and foreign policy issues in this open-minded and interactive online event. The talk is mainly aimed at high school classes as part of our Inside America-program, but any interested person can register for this event.

Andy Halus is the Public Affairs Officer for the U.S. Consulate General in Frankfurt, Germany and leads his team’s efforts to advance U.S. foreign policy and interests through various educational, cultural, and press programs. From 2015-2018, he served as the Director of the Dar America, the U.S. cultural center in Casablanca, and the Public Affairs Officer for the U.S. Consulate General in Casablanca, Morocco. He joined the Foreign Service in 2006, and he is a proud alumnus of the Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship Program.  He hails from Hershey, Pennsylvania, and is married to Roel Garcia Serrano of Madrid.

The discussion will take place online. You will receive a link to the virtual meeting room upon registration.
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Veranstaltungssprache: Englisch

Fr, 27.Nov.2020 um 10:30