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Judith Siegel

Judith Siegel

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary U.S. Department of State

Judith Siegel, Ph.D., has taught as an adjunct faculty member at the Center for Global Affairs since 2007.  Prior to joining CGA, Judy was a Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Information Programs at the U.S. State Department, where she oversaw public diplomacy publications, web, and travelling speaker programs aimed at explaining U.S. policy, society and values to global audiences. Judy also worked on U.S. government people‐to‐people academic and citizen exchange programs, and at the National Endowment for the Humanities. At CGA Judy has taught courses on global public opinion and foreign policy, the history and practice of public diplomacy, and writing for foreign affairs, among other topics.

Past Courses

The US Role in the World: The President, Congress, and the Global Reaction

The course will consider visions of the US role in the world from a variety of official Washington perspectives, and the global reaction and response.

When the President Speaks: Perspectives on Foreign Policy and Global Communication

Examine how the Trump administration communicates key global policies and how these messages are covered abroad.