Distinguished Speaker Program: Central American Immigration into the US: Question of Security and Economics

With US Ambassador Lisa Kubiske (ret.) to Honduras


Wednesday, March 4th
Holiday Inn Downtown, 200 South Pattee, Missoula, MT 59802
6:00 PM
Non-Members: $5
Members and Students: Free
Tickets may be purchased at the door.


Thursday, March 5th
Museum of the Rockies, 600 W Kagy Blvd, Bozeman, MT 59717
6:00 PM
Free admissions thanks to the Museum of the Rockies!

Click here to learn more about the Museum of the Rockies.


For questions, please contact the Council at 406.728.3328 or info@montanaworldaffairs.org.


Ambassador Lisa Kubiske Bio:

Lisa Kubiske is the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Finance and Development.

A United States diplomat with experience in Latin America, China/Hong Kong, and Washington D.C., Kubiske served as the U.S. Ambassador to Honduras (2011-2014), Deputy Chief of Mission in Brazil (2008-2011) and Deputy Chief of Mission in the Dominican Republic (2003-2006).

Earlier assignments include service as the Western Hemisphere Economics Director at the State Department; Officer in the State Department’s Operations Center and Secretariat Staff; Investment Director and Negotiator at the United States Trade Representative’s Office (USTR); chief of the Economic-Political Section at the United States Consulate General in Hong Kong; and additional work in Shanghai, China and in Mexico, DF, Mexico.

She was awarded the State Department’s highest honor, a Valor Award, for her coordination of U.S. search teams following the major Mexican earthquakes of September 1985. She has earned other awards as well, including a Superior Honor Award for her work as DCM in Santo Domingo and, most recently, Superior Honor awards for her participation in the public outreach campaign on behalf of the United States-Peru Free Trade Agreement and her efforts on behalf of the United States-Brazil biofuels cooperation.

Ms. Kubiske holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Brandeis University and a Masters of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) degree from Georgetown University.