Carol Moseley Braun: New Zealand Leadership During COVID-19



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Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun joined American Ambassadors Live! Podcast host Ambassador Jim Rosapepe to discuss the coronavirus outbreak in New Zealand and the quick action the country's leadership took to manage the crisis. Ambassador Braun was appointed by President Bill Clinton as U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand.

Ambassador Carol Moseley Braun served as U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand from 1999 to 2001 during the Clinton Administration. Before here ambassadorial appointment, she served as United States Senator for Illinois and as a member of the Illinois House of Representatives before that.


Ambassador Jim Rosapepe served as the U.S. Ambassador to Romania from 1998 to 2001 and is a member of the CAA Board of Directors. He currently is Chairman and CEO of Patuxent Capital Group LLC and serves in the Maryland State Senate.


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