Remembering Charles Hill: Statecraft, Grand Strategy, and World Order

Event Type: 
Virtual Event
Event Description: 
This virtual program honored the late Professor Charles Hill and explored his contributions to the study and practice of statecraft, diplomacy, and grand strategy. Virtual sessions featured personal reflections from Dr. Henry Kissinger, along with other distinguished diplomats, professors, and Charlie’s former students, many of whom are now exceptional academics and practitioners themselves.
Thursday, May 6, 2021 to Friday, May 7, 2021
Yale Johnson Center for the Study of American Diplomacy
Point of Contact: 
Edward Wittenstein
YC&E Project Lead: 
Jennifer Zuccaro
Scope of Work: 
• Created, designed and managed online registration
• Weekly meetings with clients to share ideas on how to run the conference, provide insight on how the Zoom platform operates, suggestions for polling options,
• Run through prior with speakers
• Day of management – provided a run of show for each day detailing minute by minute what needed to happen on the backend for the conference to run smoothly.
o  Screen sharing
o Running speaker presentations
o Communication with speakers
o Set up and management of breakout rooms
o Managing the chat
o Welcoming people in from the waiting room
o Muting/unmuting
o Handling any technical questions
o Recording all sessions
• Worked with Yale Broadcast Media on editing and closed captioning of event
• Attendee communication
o Provided zoom link, calendar invites, and scope of work for the conference