The Humphrey School of Public Affairs' Distinguished Carlson Lecture series welcomes Liz Cheney, former Wyoming Republican congresswoman, for an insightful and thought provoking discussion. A short Q&A moderated by Tane Danger, host of The Theater of Public Policy, will follow the lecture.
Cheney is widely recognized for her commitment to fostering civil discourse and her vocal criticism of partisan divisions within her own party. The lecture will center on the significance of bipartisanship in today’s political climate, with a focus on finding common ground and restoring productive political discourse.
As a trailblazing woman in the political sphere, Cheney will share her personal experiences and shed light on the challenges she has faced throughout her career. Her talk will emphasize the importance of women representation in government and explore ways to encourage and support women in leadership roles.
This event, made possible by Carlson and the Carlson Family Foundation, embodies our
commitment to fostering diverse perspectives and meaningful dialogue on critical issues shaping our nation.
Do you have a question for Liz Cheney? Submit it here and it may be incorporated into the moderated discussion portion of the lecture.