Session 1 (9.00 - 10.30)

Serbian - US relations today

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- Dr. Mary E. Black, President of the Harvard Club of Serbia (MPH '90): welcome address, stressing perspectives from Harvard (including our strengths, independent debate and approach to dissent and active discussion, to set the tone for the meeting; also to act as moderator of Session 1)

- H.E. Vuk Jeremic, Minister of Foreign Affairs

- Ivana Cerovic, Head of the Serbian Office in Washington

- H.E. Michael Polt, U.S. Ambassador to Serbia



Session 2 (11.00 - 12.30)

US-Serbia Bridges of Education
and Economic Development

- His Grace Bishop Irinej (Dobrijevic), Bishop of Australia and New Zealand of the Serbian Orthodox Church

- Ana S. Trbovich, Ass. Professor at the Faculty for Economics, Finance and Administration (FEFA), Senior Advisor for Investment Promotion, USAID/MEGA and Chair of the Schools and Scholarship committee of the Harvard Club of Serbia (MPA '01, MALD '98, PhD '06); also to act as moderator of Session 2

- Ivan Vejvoda, Executive Director of the Balkan Trust for Democracy, a project of the German Marshall Fund, and Associate Member of the Harvard Club of Serbia (KSG Exec. Prog. 01)

- Peter Epstein, Senior Advisor for Economic Development, USAID/MEGA and Member of the Harvard Club of Serbia (BA ’63)

- Bojana Vukasinovic, Executive Director, AMCHAM

- Bozidar Djelic, Deputy Prime Minister and Member of the Harvard Club of Serbia, MPA/MBA '93