Admiral Robert F. Willard, Commander, U.S. Pacific Command (PACOM)—which covers over fifty percent of the world's surface area, nearly sixty percent of the world's population, thirty-six countries, twenty territories, and ten territories and possessions of the U.S.—comes to the Center for Public Leadership, next week, for a conversation with students on "Inspiring Civilian-Military Cooperation."

As Commander of PACOM, ADM Willard oversees over 300,000 military personnel from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps. His visit is an excellent opportunity to discuss critical issues ongoing in the Pacific and beyond, how civilian and military leadership are both needed to address them, and how these two worlds interact. ADM Willard will offer insight from his experience, explaining today’s challenges in the field of military leadership with particular attention to the challenges of civil-military interaction and what needs to be done to overcome them.

Wednesday, November 10th
11:45 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
Darman Seminar Room, CPL

Please RSVP by Monday, November 8th, at:

Please note there is limited seating for this event. Only RSVP if you can participate for the full session. As this event may be oversubscribed, your attendance will be confirmed in advance, by email.