Learn how security teams can help their organizations thrive by taking a more active role in strategic planning and intelligence operations with remarks by DSS Director Carlos Matus. Then hear Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Representative of the United States to the United Nations, speak on the policy and private-sector impacts of major global conflicts like the war in Ukraine.
OSAC WiS is dedicated to encouraging female perspectives, participation, and advancement in the security industry. All attendees, men and women alike, are invited to this evening reception to hear from Wis leadership, meet its members, and learn about engagement opportunities.
Join for a full day of presentations and discussion groups with Assistant Secretary of State for Diplomatic Security Gentry Smith; VP of Global Security & Resilience at Starbucks Cheryle Steele; OSAC Analysts; and many other experts from across global security, covering key issues impacting the U.S. private sector operating abroad today.
The ISF Dinner is a fitting evening celebration of OSAC. This much-anticipated event for the security community includes the OSAC Awards, followed by keynote speaker, U.S. Secretary of Defense (2006-2011) Dr. Robert M. Gates. The ISF Dinner will be held at the National Building Museum in downtown D.C. Separate registration is required at isf4osac.org. Individual tickets go on sale after Labor Day.
OSAC Council, and Regional and Sector Common Interest Committee (CIC) members will gather for closed group sessions.
Wrapping up the final day, join fellow OSAC members and leadership to discuss lessons learned from the past two days and best practices for the years ahead.