Harvard’s Program for Executives in National Security
September 4, 2013 § Leave a comment
Caroline Krewson recently retired from her position as a U.S. Air Force Reserve Colonel. For her service, Caroline Krewson received the Defense Superior Service Medal from headquarters of the United States Pacific Command in Hawaii. Ms. Krewson earned an MPA from Golden Gate University and completed the Harvard University Program for Senior Executives in National and International Security.
This unique program is designed for senior executives in the national and international security industries and their peers. It brings together top-level professionals from international governments, the military, and other organizations with the goal of enhancing effective communication and interaction. Participants learn about a wide variety of issues affecting the state of national and global security today, including terrorist threats and the relationship between global economic forces and national security.
The two-week program at the Kennedy School of Executive Education emphasizes experiential learning with formal classroom time, discussion groups, guest speakers, seminars, and informal conversations among participants. Graduates come away with a greater understanding of current national security issues and how to address them. Early application is recommended, especially for international applicants. For more information about Harvard University’s Senior Executives in National and International Security program, visit http://ksgexecprogram.harvard.edu/Programs/nis/overview.aspx