October 3-5, 2018 | Florida International University, Miami, Florida
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This dynamic 3-day executive certificate program engages participants by placing them in direct contact with public policy and security experts as they discuss, debate, and develop strategic solutions to global security threats in the 21st century.
Join an international cohort of policy and security professionals dedicated to advancing their expertise in threat analysis, policy innovation, and decision-making practices. Upon completion of the program, participants will earn an executive certificate in Global Security and Public Policy from Florida International University.
Seating is limited. Program will be held in English and Spanish with simultaneous translation as needed.
Who Should Attend?
Government employees and security personnel in both public and private sector organizations, or in supporting industries such as, academia, law, private consulting, security, national defense and others as well as professionals interested in national and international policy concerning global and regional security threats.
In partnership with:
- Module 1: Global Security Threats
- Module 2: Policy and Strategy in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Module 3: Effective Implementation for Decision-Makers
Key Learning Objectives
- Examine current emerging security threats in the 21st century
- Explore the intersections between public policy, security, and leadership
- Understand analytical approaches to countering global security threats
- Identify institutional challenges impacting state capacity
- Bruce Bagley, Ph.D., Professor, University of Miami
- Ana Carazo, Center for the Administration of Justice, FIU
- Kaja Ciglic, Director of Government Cybersecurity Policy, Microsoft
- Frances Colon, Ph.D., Former Deputy Science and Technology Advisor to the US Secretary of State
- Jose Miguel Cruz, Ph.D., Director of Research, Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center, FIU
- Brian Fonseca, Director, Institute for Public Policy
- Eduardo Gamarra, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Politics and International Relations, FIU
- Gabriela Hoberman, Ph.D., Assistant Director of Research, Extreme Events Institute, FIU
- Frank Mora, Ph.D., Director, Kimberly Green Latin American and Caribbean Center, FIU
- Dan Restrepo, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress; and Former Director for Western Hemisphere Affairs, US National Security Council
*Speakers are subject to change.
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