Keynote Address

July 18, 2017
8:30 am
Yankee Stadium

Leadership and Team Building Skills
"The Use of Smart Power Strategy”

Presented by: Cameron R. Hume
Former United States Ambassador to Algeria, Indonesia and South Africa 

At Stadium Series, former US Ambassador, Cameron Hume, will share through his power of strategy approach how to create long term working relationship with already existing teams. Cameron will focus on how through diplomacy, an incoming leader can launch and sustain strong working partnerships with organizational structures already in place.

Cameron will discuss how to create a Culture of Success through win/win negotiations and diplomacy. He will also discuss the challenges of leading an already existing team, taking the time upfront to learn how you want the team to work, getting individuals to buy in and making the team gel for success.

Cameron has a unparalleled record of success as a diplomat and is an expert in resolution.

Cameron R. Hume is a career diplomat who has served as United States Ambassador to Algeria, South Africa, and Indonesia. Hume is a member of the United States Foreign Service, rank of Career Minister. His earlier assignments included Italy, Tunisia, Syria, Lebanon, the United Nations and the Holy See.

He has published three books (The United Nations, Iran and Iraq: How Peacemaking Changed (1994), Ending Mozambique's War (1994) and Mission to Algiers: Diplomacy by Engagement (2006)) and numerous articles on foreign policy. He has also been a fellow or guest scholar at the Council of Foreign Relations, Harvard University’s Center for International Affairs and the United States Institute of Peace. He is a lawyer and admitted to practice in New York and the District of Columbia.

Cameron graduated from Princeton with an AB, American University with a JD, Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow, Harvard University International Affairs Fellow, and U.S. Institute of Peace Guest Scholar and, Princeton in Africa Honor Award.