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The Columbia University Club of Washington, D.C. / Columbia Alumni Association invite you for an evening with University Trustee and ABC NEWS Correspondent, Claire Shipman ’86CC, ’94SIPA as she talks about her latest bestseller, "The Confidence Code."
Join us on Tuesday, July 15 at The National Press Club where Trustee Shipman will discuss her travels into the frontiers of neuroscience on a hunt for the confidence gene.
Confidence. We want it. We need it. But it can be maddeningly enigmatic and out of reach. The authors of the New York Times bestseller Womenomics deconstruct this essential, elusive, and misunderstood quality and offer a blueprint for bringing more of it into our lives.
Is confidence hardwired into the DNA of a lucky few—or can anyone learn it? Is it best expressed by bravado, or is there another way to show confidence? Which is more important: confidence or competence? Why do so many women, even the most successful, struggle with feelings of self-doubt? Is there a secret to channeling our inner confidence?
Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with Trustee Shipman in this illuminating conversation and with fellow Columbians.
Claire Shipman ’86CC, ’94SIPA is a regular contributor to “Good Morning America” and other national broadcasts for ABC News. She joined the morning broadcast in May of 2001 and is based in the network’s Washington, D.C., bureau. Shipman regularly interviews influential newsmakers for the network. Over the years she has conducted in-depth interviews with Presidents George Bush and Bill Clinton, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vice Presidents Dick Cheney and Al Gore, Queen Rania of Jordan, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and numerous others. She spent 5 years reporting from Moscow for CNN, and will never forget the sight of Boris Yeltsin on a tank, and citizens tearing down statues of Vladimir Lenin.
Shipman began her broadcasting career as a production assistant and intern at CNN’s bureau in New York City. She holds a graduate degree in international affairs from Columbia University and a Bachelors of Arts in Russian studies from Columbia University, where she graduated magna cum laude. She is currently a Columbia University Trustee. A native of Columbus, Ohio, Shipman resides in Washington, D.C., with husband Jay Carney and their two children, Hugo and Della.
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$35 per person for members (includes a signed copy of The Confidence Code and light snacks)
$45 per person for non-members (includes a signed copy of The Confidence Code and light snacks)
This event will have a cash bar.