Photos from the Annual Meeting 2008
The 2008 RBFAA Annual Meeting kicked off with a panel discussion at the German Embassy: Crossroads in the Global Political Economy: Opportunities and Challenges for the Transatlantic Relationship.
Panelists from left to right: Seth Oppenheim (XXI), Moderator; Dr. Klaus Scharioth, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany; Philip Suttle, Institute of International Finance; Scott Tumpak, EADS North America.
Moderator Seth Oppenheim (XXI) and Ambassador Scharioth
Members of the 2007-2008 RBFAA Board join Mr. Dieter Berg, Chairman of the Robert Bosch Foundation, and Ambassador Klaus Scharioth at a reception hosted at the Ambassador's residence after the panel discussion.
From left to right: Lyric Clark (XXI), Co-President, Mr. Dieter Berg, Ambassador Scharioth, Stephen Kusmierczak (XV), Treasurer, Amanda Mertens Campbell (XXII), Membership Chair, Lena Hagelstein (XXI), Communications Chair, Adam Hunter (XX), Co-President.
Bosch Alumni enjoying pre-dinner drinks at the Ambassador's residence.
Saturday began with the second panel discussion: Presidential Politics.
Panelists from left to right: Dr. Kori Schake, Secretary of State's Office of Policy Planning; Mr. James O'Brien, the Albright Group; Moderator Francine Kiefer (V), The Christian Science Monitor.
Presidential Politics panel continued from left to right: Moderator Francine Kiefer (V), The Christian Science Monitor; Dr. Thomas Bagger, German Embassy, Damon Terrill (XI), Integrated DNA Technologies.
RBFAA Co-Presidents Adam Hunter (XX) and Lyric Clark (XXI) hosting the Gala Dinner at The Washington Club.
Keynote speaker, Bill Nichols, Politico.
Members of the newest Bosch Alumni class (XXIV) pose for a photo with the 2008 presidential nominees and Kristina von Taube from the Bosch Foundation at the Gala Dinner. From left to right: Alexandra Pechhold (XXIV), Rachel Potter (XXIV), Madhura Bhat (XXIV) and Kristina von Taube.