YANA Monthly Town Hall
The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Exploring a Path Toward Peace
Featuring Greg Khalil ’03 LAW
Co-Founder of the Telos Group
Wednesday, January 31st, 6:30 PM ET
The Yale Club of New York City
Please join our kickoff event for the new year on Wednesday, January 31st at the Yale Club.
As tensions rise in the Middle East, many of us are left wondering: What does it mean for the world? What does it mean for us back home? Our first conversation will be with Gregory Khalil, ’03 LAW. Greg is the co-founder of the Telos Group, which equips American leaders to more effectively address seemingly intractable conflict — including in the Middle East, where they’ve worked for more than 15 years.
Greg will share Telos’s principles and practices of peacemaking, including their pro-Israeli, pro-Palestinian, pro-peace approach that focuses on sustaining dignity, freedom, and security for all.
This event is open to all YANA members, friends, and family. There is no charge but registration is required. Please RSVP for the town hall and join us for cocktails in the Main Lounge following the program.
Greg Khalil ’03 LAW, President & Co-Founder of the Telos Group. Before founding Telos, Greg lived in Ramallah, the West Bank, where he advised the Palestinian leadership on peace negotiations with Israel. Although Greg was born and raised in San Diego, CA, much of his extended family till lives in Beit Sahour, a predominantly Palestinian Christian town near Bethlehem. He is an Adjunct Professor of journalism at Colombia and has lectured widely on the Middle East and has been published by The Review of Faith & International Affairs and the New York Times.