Energy: Calling For A Modern Electrical Grid

Susan Eisenhower spoke to the West Virginia Roundtable about the need for a modern electricity grid. She was quoted in the Charleston Daily Mail: Susan Eisenhower, a noted consultant on energy matters, said a modern electricity grid would boost the nation’s economy in numerous ways, just as the Interstate highway system, which was conceived byContinue reading “Energy: Calling For A Modern Electrical Grid”

Energy: Prosperity Through a New National Grid

Ms. Eisenhower’s visit to the West Virginia Roundtable was also covered by the Charleston Gazette: Government agencies and private businesses must cooperate to build a new national grid to transmit electricity – generated by diverse sources – efficiently and effectively across the nation. That’s from Susan Eisenhower, chairwoman of the Eisenhower Strategy Forum, which counselsContinue reading “Energy: Prosperity Through a New National Grid”

Energy: Now Is the Time to Upgrade the Nation’s Grid

Susan Eisenhower’s speech at the West Virginia Roundtable was also covered by the State Journal: Getting electricity from one place to another more efficiently is a necessary challenge the United States must undertake and now might be the perfect time to do so. Eisenhower is chairwoman of the Eisenhower Strategy Forum and has studied energyContinue reading “Energy: Now Is the Time to Upgrade the Nation’s Grid”

Book Review: “Murderers in Mausoleums”

Susan Eisenhower reviews Jeffrey Tayler’s book Murderers in Mausoleums (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) in the Washington Post: Travel books bring vicarious excitement, enabling you to go places without packing suitcases or applying for visas, but you still have to decide on a route. You can choose Bill Bryson’s trail and laugh the entire way, or youContinue reading “Book Review: “Murderers in Mausoleums””

Obama’s Washington and the World

On January 10, 2009, Susan Eisenhower joined a distinguished panel for a town hall discussion of the issues facing President-elect Barack Obama when he is inaugurated as the 44th President of the United States on Jan. 20. Broadcasted live before a studio audience at American University Washington College of Law, WAMU 88.5’s Kojo Nnamdi andContinue reading “Obama’s Washington and the World”

Lincoln Bicentennial Town Hall

Susan Eisenhower joined a panel of civic leaders and historians to talk with a diverse audience about racial divisions past and present, impediments to economic opportunity, and how President Abraham Lincoln’s legacy can shed light on the ongoing effort to unify the nation’s people. “The American Dream” meeting in the College Union Ballroom at GettysburgContinue reading “Lincoln Bicentennial Town Hall”