Threats to the U.S. national security are evolving at a rapid pace. Challenges new and old still require vigilance. How should intelligence agencies manage these many challenges?
On Monday, September 19th, The Joseph Rainey Center will host a panel national security event on intelligence threats of today and tomorrow. Senior CIA official Bob Grenier, former head of the CIA CounterTerrorism Center, will join the panel, moderated by Jeremy Hurewitz, Rainey Center Policy Advisor on National Security.
Watch Representative John Curtis (UT-3) and Rainey Center CEO & President Sarah E. Hunt engage in conversation on the future of conservative climate policy as moderated by Bloomberg’s Dean Scott on September 9th, 2021Watch here
On February 16th the flagship leadership development program for the Joseph Rainey Center, LAMP, held a forum for legislators to discuss energy policy and impacts on the economy with a variety of speakers from the public and private sectors.
Rainey’s exhibit is part of a collection that celebrates Black political titans including representatives Shirley Chisholm and Barbara Jordan, Civil Rights icon Rep. John Lewis, and more.
The Joseph Rainey Center for Public Policy has launched its LAMP: Virtual Series, a collaborative, virtual convening for policy education, leadership development and networking platform for state policy makers.