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A Conversation with Janet Napolitano: How Safe Are We?
July 25, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm$5 – $10
A Conversation with Janet Napolitano
Janet Napolitano, Former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, President of the University of California, and Advisory Board Member of Classical Tahoe, offers an insightful analysis of American security at home and a prescription for the future.
Her new book, “How Safe Are We?” is a clear-eyed, rational examination of a government office that plays a key and often misunderstood role in the lives of all Americans.
Classical Tahoe and Tahoe Environmental Research Center Co-Present A Conversation with Janet Napolitano.
Ms. Napolitano will present “How Safe Are We?” in conversation in the Classical Tahoe Pavilion, Incline Village, NV.
Tickets are required. Tickets are general admission. $5 in advance, $10 day of conversation.
“Janet Napolitano provides a knowledgeable report card on what works well in securing our nation and what still needs improvement. Her fact-based and practical observations should be welcomed by those looking for clear assessments of how safe we really are.”—Michael Chertoff, Secretary of Homeland Security, 2005-2009
“This succinct and insightful book should be widely read-whether by the expert practitioner or average citizen. It is an enlightening report card on the whole range of national challenges which come under the broad rubric of homeland security, including critiques of the current administration’s approach. Janet Napolitano knows what she’s talking about; unlike so many pontificators on this subject today, she’s lived the issue. She is the consummate public servant and she has contributed to her distinguished record of accomplishment with this superb volume.”—James Clapper, former Director of National Intelligence
“A measured, thoughtful analysis… A clear-eyed, rational examination of a government office that plays a key and often misunderstood role in the lives of all Americans.”—Kirkus Reviews
Classical Tahoe is honored to have Janet Napolitano serve on the Advisory Board.