Susan Eisenhower, strategist, national security and international affairs expert, is an award-winning author, frequent television news guest and distinguished lecturer. Please see About for her biography.
Susan Eisenhower has spoken to a range of audiences from the nation’s most distinguished academic institutions such as Harvard University and Columbia University to countless World Affairs Councils and corporate gatherings. She has given speeches to expert gatherings such as the Commandant’s Lecture at the Army War College in Carlisle, the Harry S. Truman Distinguished Lecture at Sandia National Laboratory, and the Rose Lecture at MIT, among others. She has lectured by invitation at other prominent places with numerous return visits: the National Press Club, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Archives, the Hollywood Bowl, The French National Assembly, the Rotunda of the Capitol, and the White House.
For Corporate, Educational, Town Hall, and Club Speeches
Ms. Eisenhower is represented by ICM Speakers. For more information, visit her speaker’s profile. To schedule a speaking engagement, please contact her agent, Nancy Aaronson, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (212) 556-5630.
For Pro-Bono Speeches
Ms. Eisenhower receives many requests from organizations that do not have the funds set aside for speaking honorariums. For that reason, she delivers two pro-bono lectures a year to charitable organizations. Under normal circumstances, travel expenses should be covered by the host organization.
To be considered, please send a personal letter specifying the following organizational details: size of the audience and specific dates; whether the presentation will be taped for YouTube or otherwise distributed. Indicate if your organization plans to make Susan Eisenhower’s books available, either by pre-purchase or for sale at the event. Please also tell us why your organization has a special interest in Susan Eisenhower as a keynote speaker.
Please submit this information to email@example.com no less than five months in advance of the event. Decisions will be made on April 15 for the fall season and October 15 for the spring season.